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June 23, 2017 0 Comments Bloggies by 888LIFE980

Topic from June 24 & 25 Weekend

It is time to evaluate your housing payment

Are you renting?  You are making someone else's payment.  Is your payment the best it can be?  Find out what you can do to save money by reviewing your housing plan.  Own for less than you pay for rent.  Save money by lowering your interest rate and monthly payments.  Tune in this weekend to save your money together.

Thank you for tuning into Your Your Real Estate Life.  Our program provides an education, savings and value for our listeners. Your Real Estate Life Radio Program will The Patriot AM 1150 (KEIB) on Saturday at 12:00 PM and Sunday at 1:00 PM. Sunday's programs you can listen LIVE STREAMING.  Visit at or get started at What holds you back?  What will allow you to move forward with the Financial opportunities available?  Listen to our Past Programs to get a better direction for Your Real Estate Life.

We explore the week that was and the week ahead.  The economy, interest rates and the news of the week.  FHA, VA, Conventional, High Balance, Jumbo, Reverse, Multi-Family, and Commercial will be discussed.  Your Real Estate Life is important.  Purchase with just .5% down utilizing a fixed rate 1st and 2nd home loan.  Utilize Lender downpaymen participation options.  HARP II - Home Affordable Refinance just extended until October 2017 for both CA and WA...start now!  Interest rates cannot remain low forever.  Do not get left behind.  Let's eliminate your PMI or MIP Insurance with your higher home appraisal. Even if you refinanced or purchased within the last 6 months, you may be able to save more today without cost.  Get started at

Find out how much money and time you can save with your Refinance or Purchase on your Residential or Commercial property by calling Triple 8 LIFE 980 that's Triple 8 543 3980.  We look to be a part of Your Real Estate Life.

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What Kind of Loan Do You Have?

UMCA - Today's Mortgage Rates - 800-230-0168

June 23, 2017 0 Comments Bloggies by 888LIFE980

800.230.0168 x 201
805.530.1199 Direct Line to CEO

CalBRE #01870497 | NMLS #3189 | WA CL-3189
Loans are made or arranged pursuant to a Department Building Oversight
California Finance Lenders License #603E93

We have many options available including loan amounts up to 5,000,000. Depending on the credit and or loan-to-value, points and fees will change accordingly. 
For more information give us a call or send us an email. Call regarding our Multi-Family and Commercial Lending.  We look forward to the opportunity to serve you.

Last Update

Friday June 23, 2017

Broker / Origination Fee: 0.000%
Lock Period: 30 days Loan Amount: $424,100

Call for lower and alternative rates for your unique situation.  ITIN Loans (Currently on Hold )and all loans available for CA and WA.

Conforming - $424,100
30 Year Fixed                      20 Year Fixed                       15 Year Fixed                      10 Year Fixed
3.750% APR 3.918%          3.500% APR 3.702%              3.000% APR 3.291%           2.750% APR 3.116%

Jumbo - 1,000,000
30 Year Fixed Jumbo above $636,150 - 3M

4.000% APR 4.090%

15 Year Fixed Jumbo above $636,150 - 3M
3.500% APR 3.581%

Conforming High Balance - $636,150
30 Year Fixed Jumbo lower than $636,150
3.875% APR 3.979%

15 Year Fixed Jumbo lower than $636,150
3.125% APR 3.340%

Government - $424,100
FHA & VA 30 Year Fixed

3.500% APR 3.513%

FHA & VA 15 Year Fixed
3.000% APR 3.093%

20% down payment assumption for non-FHA or VA loans
Credit (FICO) Assumption: Excellent = 740, Good = 700, Fair = 680

Please Read the Following:

Rates, points and programs cannot be guaranteed on this website because rates, fees, APR, and other costs are subject to individual borrower's credit score, loan-to-value, loan purpose, loan amount, and rapid fluctuations in market conditions.

Maximum Loan amount for a conforming loan is $424,100. Loan amounts in excess of $424,100 are considered Jumbo Conforming Loans in most Counties. Rates and APR's are based on amounts of $424,100 for Conforming Loans, $636,150 for Jumbo Conforming Loans and $1,000,000 for Jumbo Loans. This is not an advertisement for credit as defined by paragraph 226.24 of regulation Z.

U.S. jobless claims edge up 3,000 to 241,00

June 22, 2017 0 Comments Bloggies by 888LIFE980

Continuing Jobless Claims 1.944M vs. estimates of 1.928M. Fewer than 250,000 Americans applied for unemployment benefits in mid-June, underscoring the strength of a U.S. jobs market whose biggest problem is a growing shortage of qualified workers. The strong labor market is a reflection of a steadily growing economy that’s still quite sturdy after eight years of expansion. The ongoing expansion is now the third longest since World War Two.

Treasury yields slip as Fed’s Evans says rates may linger lower for longer

June 20, 2017 0 Comments Bloggies by 888LIFE980

U.S. Treasury yields traded slightly lower on Tuesday, as Boston Federal Reserve President Eric Rosengren said investors may need to get accustomed to a protracted period of low interest rates. In a speech in Amsterdam, Rosengren said lower rates may be a more permanent fixture, and that dynamic could pose financial stability risks that central bankers and investors must take seriously. Rosengren isn’t a voting member of the central bank’s policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee, but he still participates in deliberations.


Fed's Rosengren says low interest rates do raise financial stability concerns

June 20, 2017 0 Comments Bloggies by 888LIFE980

Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren said Tuesday that low interest rates do pose financial stability concerns that central bankers and the private sector must take seriously. In a speech in Amsterdam to a conference co-sponsored by the central banks of Sweden and the Netherlands, Rosengren said lower rates may be a more permanent feature on the economic landscape because they reflect broad population trends. As a result, financial firms, such as insurance companies, "will need to factor in the possibility of lower rates, particularly during economic downturns and flatter yield curves." For their part, central bankers must understand that financial stability concerns "have implications for monetary policy responsiveness to negative shocks." And supervisory policies also need to factor in greater macroeconomic risk, he added.

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