Market Observations – Week of June 28, 2010
Market Observations -Week of June 28, 2010
I have noticed that the Mortgage rates have dropped probably to the lowest level in decades last week and the affordability of homes is now very favorable for buyers. The cause of this drop in the Mortgage rates is due to the uncertainty of the extent of the global economic growth as well as the continued low inflation levels.
The Financial Reform Bill was passed last week by Congress. The affect on the mortgage lending and the home buying process is yet to be seen. The impact will be mostly noticed how the regulatory discretion will be handled over time.
Consumer Confidence rose to the highest level since January of 2008.
The biggest economic event for this week will be the Employment report on Friday. This will affect the long term confidence of the consumers as well as how Real Estate will fare in the near term.
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