During the COVID-19 pandemic and Connecticut’s Stay Safe, Stay Home order, Burke Mortgage is operational and continues to serve residents as they seek mortgages for purchase or refinance needs.
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The short holiday week felt an unexpected push for lower mortgage rates attributed to the escalating concern over the Coronavirus.
Here’s a quick look at the real estate seller’s market in 2019 Did you know that homeowners selling their homes made more profit in 2019 than they did in 2018. And these profits have hit the highest levels since 2006. (Reference: according to ATTOM Data Solution’s US Home Sales Report.) Nationwide, home sellers saw a Read More
Burke Mortgage is pleased to announce that the 2020 FHFA loan limits will be available for conventional loan registrations and rate locks beginning Tuesday, December 3, 2019.
and the 2019 Beige Book Release Mortgage-backed securities lost just -5 basis points (BPS) from last Friday’s close which caused fixed mortgage rates to remain at their best (lowest) levels of 2019 for the sixth week in a row. Overview: We had a solid round of domestic economic data with very strong ISM Services and Read More
The “scuttlebutt” has it that interest rates are the best they have been in years!
While interest rates have ticked up from their recent lows in March of this year, mortgage rates are still at their best levels in over a year.
This year there are more homes on the market, prices growing at a slower rate and even falling in some markets, and less competition from other buyers.
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