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Mortgage Rates In Oregon

VMG Weekly Rate Tracker – 9/23/2015

 DATE:  Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015
TIME:  6:00 PM PST
STATES:  OREGON & WASHINGTON
CHANGE THIS WEEK: MILD IMPROVEMENT/STAGNANT (since last Wednesday)
SUGGESTION:  LOCK –  Market will continue to be volatile, keep close watch (see below for more commentary)
VMG’S FIXED RATE PRICING OPTIONS  (rates subject to change)
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GREEN = LENDER CREDIT BACK TO YOU (to apply to any 3rd party closing costs or prepaids) BASED OFF % OF LOAN AMOUNT
RED = OPTIONAL BUY-DOWN BASED OFF % OF LOAN AMOUNT
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*Rates change daily.  Conforming interest rate samples based off $260,000 loan amount, 80% Loan to Value, 740 or higher FICO score, with impounds on a 30 day rate lock period and $895 underwriting fee if not covered by lender rebates.  FHA based off 3.5% down payment, but other same variables.  Costs or credits shown pertain to interest rate and do not include any other applicable 3rd party title and escrow charges or prepaid tax and insurance reserves which may or may not apply.  Lock period suggested depends on current loan volume and lending climate at time of loan application and approval.  Other risk-based pricing adjustment may apply.  The displayed annual percentage rates (APRs) include total points and additional prepaid finance charges but do not include other closing costs.   On adjustable-rate loans, rates are subject to increase over the life of the loan.   Learn more about assumptions and APR Information. Loan pricing may only be locked through a home loan consultant to be effective.  Rates will depend in part on your unique credit history and transaction characteristics. Please email or call for updated pricing at anytime as rates and pricing are subject to change. This information does not constitute a loan commitment or approval.
 

Wednesday’s bond market has opened in negative territory despite a lack of relevant economic data and a calm but mixed open in stocks. The Dow is down 12 points while the Nasdaq has gained 7 points. The bond market is currently down 10/32 (2.16%), but we should see little change in this morning’s mortgage rates if comparing to Tuesday’s early pricing. This is because strength in bonds late yesterday caused some lenders to improve rates slightly during afternoon trading. The net result is rates being very close to yesterday morning’s pricing.

Float / Lock Recommendation

If I were considering financing/refinancing a home, I would…. Lock if my closing was taking place within 7 days… Lock if my closing was taking place between 8 and 20 days… Lock if my closing was taking place between 21 and 60 days… Lock if my closing was taking place over 60 days from now… This is only my opinion of what I would do if I were financing a home. It is only an opinion and cannot be guaranteed to be in the best interest of all/any other borrowers.

Harris Consulting, Inc. DBA Vantage Mortgage Group, Inc.