According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and its November 2012 Non-Farm Payrolls report, the U.S. economy added 146,000 net new jobs last month.
If you are currently in the market for, or are undecided about a mortgage, consider locking your mortgage rate today. Friday’s Non-Farm Payrolls report represents mortgage rate risk.
Mortgage rates are performing surprisingly well after Friday’s release of the October 2012 Non-Farm Payrolls report.
Friday morning, the government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics will release its Non-Farm Payrolls report.
Friday morning, at 8:30 AM ET, the government releases its Non-Farm Payrolls report for September. Mortgage rates may rise if job growth was strong.
Mortgage rates rose slightly in last week’s holiday-shortened week.
Beginning as soon as next week, new, mandatory mortgage fees will push conforming mortgage rates higher nationwide.
Mortgage markets improved last week for the second consecutive week.
Single-family housing starts were above 500,000 for the fourth straight month in July, a mark not met since the federal home buyer tax credit of 2010.
Mortgage rates rose for the third straight week this week. Could this be the end of rock-bottom mortgage rates?