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Mortgage Market Guide: Home Prices Rise

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Mortgage Market Guide: Home Prices Risel

 

In This Issue  

Last Week in Review: Home prices continued to rise. Did GDP and PCE?

Forecast for the Week: Will the June Jobs Report sparkle or fizzle?

View: Pocket more cash when you book your next plane ride.


Last Week in Review  

“A house with love in it is rich indeed.” Nat King Cole. Families may find themselves living on love as they invest more on increasing home prices.

The S&P/Case-Shiller 20-City Home Price Index saw another gain of 5.7 percent from April 2016 to April 2017. Price increases are due in part to limited supply of housing in many areas across the nation. Plus, low home loan rates are inspiring people to purchase homes or upgrade their homes, taxing limited inventory.

The overall economy performed better than previously reported in the first quarter of 2017, according to the Commerce Department. The final read on first quarter Gross Domestic Product came in at 1.4 percent, above the second read of 1.2 percent, and well above the first read of 0.7 percent. Consumer spending, which accounts for nearly two-thirds of all economic activity, got a nice boost, rising 1.1 percent from 0.6 percent, though this is still a low level.

Consumer inflation remained tame in May, as the Core Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) was in line with expectations at 0.1 percent. The Core PCE reading excludes volatile food and energy costs. Year over year, Core PCE fell to 1.4 percent, well below the Fed‘s target range of 2 percent. Inflationary pressures can reduce the value of fixed investments like Mortgage Bonds and worsen the home loan rates tied to them.

At this time, despite a volatile week in the markets, home loan rates remain just above historic lows.

If you or someone you know has any questions about the home loan process or current rates, please contact me today. I’d be happy to help.


Forecast for the Week  
The Jobs Report could launch fireworks in an otherwise quieter week. Stock markets close at 1:00 p.m. ET and Bond markets at 2:00 p.m. ET, Monday, July 3. Markets will be closed Tuesday for the July 4th holiday.
  • The ISM Index will be released on Monday followed by the ISM Services Index Thursday.
  • Though not an economic report, the June Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting minutes will be released Wednesday and could spur volatility.
  • The onslaught of employment data begins Thursday with the ADP National Employment Report and weekly Initial Jobless Claims.
  • Look for the June Jobs Report on Friday, which includes Non-farm Payrolls, the Unemployment Rate and Hourly Earnings.

Remember: Weak economic news normally causes money to flow out of Stocks and into Bonds, helping Bonds and home loan rates improve. In contrast, strong economic news normally has the opposite result. The chart below shows Mortgage Backed Securities (MBS), which are the type of Bond on which home loan rates are based.

When you see these Bond prices moving higher, it means home loan rates are improving. When Bond prices are moving lower, home loan rates are getting worse.

To go one step further, a red “candle” means that MBS worsened during the day, while a green “candle” means MBS improved during the day. Depending on how dramatic the changes are on any given day, this can cause rate changes throughout the day, as well as on the rate sheets we start with each morning.

As you can see in the chart below, Mortgage Bonds lost ground in recent days heading into what should be a quiet holiday trading week.

Chart: Fannie Mae 3.5% Mortgage Bond (Friday Jun 30, 2017)
Japanese Candlestick Chart

The Mortgage Market Guide View…  
3 Ways to Save on Air Travel
Going the less expensive route will still get you there, but with money to spare.
By Miriam Cross, Kiplinger.com
Lower the price of your next plane ticket with these strategies:
Time it right.
For domestic travel, watch for steep sales between Labor Day and December 15 (except over the long Thanksgiving weekend) and then after the holidays until February 15. “There are no school vacations and people are traveled out,” says George Hobica, of Airfarewatchdog.com, whose site sends out alerts when airlines launch sales. Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday are typically the cheapest days to fly domestically.
Check fares from other airports.
For international flights, watch for airfare sales at hubs near you. You could drive or take a bus there or book airfare on a separate flight, making sure to leave plenty of time to catch the international flight (if the tickets are separate, you’re on your own if you miss your second flight). However, smaller airports sometimes have international bargains that larger ones don’t, says Hobica. He recently spotted flights to Paris from Flint, Mich., with one stop, that cost half the price of nonstop flights from Detroit.Use local transportation. A similar trick works for far-flung destinations that would be outrageously expensive to book with a single airline. Say you want to go to the Greek Islands. Flights from the U.S. to one of the islands typically cost at least $1,400 round-trip. Instead, grab a sale round-trip fare to Athens (often less than $600), plan to stay a night or two there, and then fly to the island of your choice on a budget airline such as Ryanair (less than $100), says Scott Keyes, of ScottsCheapFlights.com.

Reprinted with permission. All Contents © 2017 The Kiplinger Washington Editors. Kiplinger.com.
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