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Mortgage Update For Week of November 26, 2012

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Mortgage Rates Near LowsWhile last week saw mortgage rates staying put near lows, today saw the trend continue but with less consistency between lenders as some lenders had improved pricing while others’ pricing worsened.

Since last week was slow, with very low volume due to the holiday, market watchers are waiting patiently about new news coming regarding the latest bailout funding information for Greece and GDP and economic data that is coming out later in the week.

Economic Calendar for Week of November 26, 2012

  • Monday – Dallas Fed Mfg Survey
  • Tuesday – Durable Goods Orders, Consumer Confidence, S&P Case-Schiller HPI
  • Wednesday – New Home Sales
  • Thursday – GDP, Jobless Claims
  • Friday – Personal Income & Outlays

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I'm Trace Richardson and am the founder of LeadPress. I’m a licensed California Real Estate broker and a former equities trader previously holding the Series 7, 63, 55 and 24 securities licenses.

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