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Fannie and Freddie's New Boss Could Reshape Mortgage Finance
http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2014-01-09/fannie-and-freddie-regulator-mel-watt-could-reshape-mortgage-finance
Fannie and Freddie's New Boss Could Reshape Mortgage Finance Mel Watt hadn't even been sworn in as the head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency when at 9 p.m. on the Friday before Christmas he e-mailed reporters from his personal account saying he would put on hold planned increases in fees Fannie Mae 

Mortgage Interest Rates at Capital One Financial remain flat on January 22, 2014
http://www.morningnewsusa.com/mortgage-interest-rates-at-capital-one-financial-remain-flat-on-january-22-2014-237650.html
Mortgage Interest Rates at Capital One Financial remain flat on January 22, 2014 Mortgage Interest Rates at Capital One Financial remain flat on January 22 2014 Since the realty bubble burst, the mortgage lending industry has been facing regular ups and downs in its regular operations, with the lenders finding it hard to offer

Current Mortgage Home Loan Rates at TD Bank on January 23, 2014
http://www.morningnewsusa.com/current-mortgage-home-loan-rates-at-td-bank-on-january-23-2014-237660.html
Current Mortgage Home Loan Rates at TD Bank on January 23, 2014 Current Mortgage Home Loan Rates at TD Bank on January 23 2014 Following the same approach, Toronto Dominion Bank (NYSE: TD) brought no change to the interest rates at which its standard home purchase and refinancing home loans are advertised 

Community banks bailing on mortgage lending
http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20140120/ARTICLE/140129977
And while mortgage loans were typically not a big part of such lenders' loan portfolios — less than 10 percent at Bay Cities, for example — good customers could always count on getting a home loan from them. But in more recent years, lenders have

Mortgage Financing Roundtables - Lessons Learned Webinar - 1/19/12

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Private insurance plays a critical part in home mortgage ecosystem | TheHill

The nominee for director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), Mark Calabria, recently appeared before the Senate Banking Committee as part of his confirmation process. He's an individual who appreciates the benefits that private mortgage insurance extends beyond protecting the government and taxpayers.

Private mortgage insurance remains the longest serving, time-tested way to help low down-payment borrowers qualify for home financing in the conventional market.

Our nation’s mortgage finance system is one that must balance access to credit for consumers while also shielding taxpayers. Fortunately, private mortgage insurance is uniquely and permanently dedicated to serving both objectives through all economic cycles. As such, it should remain a critical piece of any future, reformed system.

Access to affordable, low down-payment mortgages is understandably top-of-mind for many policymakers. While there is an important role for government and taxpayer-backed programs to play in the broader system, any comprehensive reform should first encourage the greater use of private capital that ensures access to affordable low down-payment mortgages in the conventional market.

Which is the best mortgage financing option?

I am planning to buy a new home and rent out the house I currently own. Below are details of the mortgage financing I have been given, I don’t know what to choose?

5yr variable morg, 1st yr @ 4.5% 1.5% below prime then, .


if your gonna sell the one you live in now anytime soon, get an adjustable. If your gonna keep it along with the other one your gonna purchase get a fixed on both of them. Refi and get cash-out to make the down payment.