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New American Funding Win Twice in NerdWallet's 2019 Best-Of Awards In NerdWallet’s annual Best-Of Awards program, which highlights the top financial companies and products nationwide, the personal finance website has named New American Funding as a 2019 two-time winner. The mortgage-industry leader has scored one of the awards in the category of Best Mortgage Lender for Purchase Loans and Best Mortgage Lender for FHA Loans. Read More
Determining when to buy a home is a personal decision with many variables. Some may try to pinpoint the "perfect time" and end up waiting themselves out of the market, while prices and interest rates rise. Read More


Fannie Mae Upgrades GDP, Many Housing Forecasts

Posted To: MND NewsWire

Fannie Mae says the U.S. economy appears to be sustaining itself despite both the problems faced by Boeing and the fears about the global impact of the coronavirus. The company's Economic and Strategic Research (ESR) group is upgrading its forecast for business fixed investment (BFI) in the second half of 2020 and beyond and have upgraded expectations for the GDP in both 2020 and 2021 by a tenth percent to 2.2 percent and 2.1 percent respectively. The company's economists also expect greater strength in every part of the housing market over the next 18 months. The group did substantially downgrade their annualized GDP forecast for the first quarter of this year from 2.3 percent to 1.9. They state that this does not reflect a change in their view of underlying growth but rather that expected...(read more)

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Mortgage Rates Head Back Toward Long-Term Lows

Posted To: Mortgage Rate Watch

Mortgage rates are starting the new week off on a stronger note after concerns over coronavirus impacts moved markets over the weekend. While coronavirus won't spell the end of humanity, it will undoubtedly have an impact on global commerce. This was reinforced over the weekend as Apple warned that sales would be impacted. That's a fairly high profile endorsement of fears that skeptics had been downplaying for weeks. When investors account for a slower global economy or even something as simple as "uncertainty," we generally see less of a willingness to buy stocks accompanied by increased demand for bonds. As demand for bonds increases, bond prices rise and bond yields fall. Bond yields are tantamount to "interest rates." While the coronavirus epidemic may fall out of the spotlight in the coming...(read more)

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