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Delaware Mortgage Rates Weekly Update August 13, 2012

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Delaware mortgage rate weekly update for week of August 13, 2012 by John R. Thomas from Primary Residential Mortgage in Newark, Delaware. John is the branch manager and the author of the book, Your Guide to Buying Your First Home in Delaware. Call 302-703-0727 to get a free mortgage planning consultation or APPLY ONLINE for Delaware mortgage loan

Delaware mortgage rates increased to end the week last week as some better than expected news on the economy helped boost stocks and pulled money out of bonds.  We saw the Labor Department release Initial jobless claims for the week of August 4, 2012 which saw lower than expected jobless claims.  361,000 new claims were filed versus 370,000 expected.  Long term we still see mortgage interest rates staying near historic lows but short term we could see rates rise so we are recommending LOCKING in your Delaware Mortgage rate.

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Delaware Mortgage Rates Weekly Update for July 16 2012

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Delaware mortgage rate weekly update for week of July 16, 2012 by John R. Thomas from Primary Residential Mortgage in Newark, Delaware. John is the branch manager and the author of the book, Your Guide to Buying Your First Home in Delaware. Call 302-703-0727 to get a free mortgage planning consultation or APPLY ONLINE for Delaware mortgage loan

Delaware Mortgage Rate weekly update by John R. Thomas

 Delaware mortgage rates hit all time record low last week but then drifter higher as traders took profits and sold off mortgage bonds at the end of the week.  I am still recommending LOCKING in your mortgage rate as rates still sit near all time record lows.  Last week we saw more news that supported that the US economy is slowing.  Consumer Sentiment in July 2012 came in the lowest it has been in 2 years.

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Delaware Mortgage Rates Weekly Update July 9, 2012

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Delaware mortgage rate weekly update for week of July 9, 2012 by John R. Thomas from Primary Residential Mortgage in Newark, Delaware. John is the branch manager and the author of the book, Your Guide to Buying Your First Home in Delaware. Call 302-703-0727 to get a free mortgage planning consultation or APPLY ONLINE for Delaware mortgage loan

Delaware mortgage rates set another all time record low on Friday July 6, 2012 after a very disappointing Jobs Report was released for June 2012.  The jobs report is released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  The June Jobs report released that only 80,000 jobs were created in June which was well short of the anticipated 100,000 expected.  There was also a revision of April and May job reports resulting in another 1,000 less jobs created than originally reported.  We need about 150,000 new jobs each month just to keep up with population growth.  Overall, employment growth during the second quarter of 2012 averaged about 75,000 jobs per month compared with more than 200,000 during the first quarter.

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Delaware Mortgage Rate Weekly Update for June 4 2012

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Delaware mortgage rate weekly update for week of June 4, 2012 by John R. Thomas from Primary Residential Mortgage in Newark, Delaware.  John is the branch manager and the author of the book, Your Guide to Buying Your First Home in Delaware.  Call 302-703-0727 to get a free mortgage planning consultation or APPLY ONLINE for Delaware mortgage loan.

Delaware mortgage rate weekly update by John R. Thomas

Delaware mortgage rates hit another all time record low on Friday after a very disappointing Jobs Report was released on Friday.  All around bad news for the economy and the recover.  Expectations for jobs created in May 2012 was about 155,000 but the Labor Department on Friday released that only 69,000 jobs were created for May 2012.  This was half of what was expected and they also revised the numbers  for the last two months for the worse and said 49,000 fewer jobs were created versus what was reported.  Finally, the unemployment rate actually ticked up to 8.2%.

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