by Business Insider | September 26, 2013 10:30 am
Rising mortgage rates have many worried about the toll it could take on the housing recovery. The 30-year mortgage rate saw a dramatic run up this summer to a two-year high of 4.58%, but clambered down to 4.32% in the latest survey.
And from the beginning of May to the beginning of September total applications for home purchases and re-financings plummeted by 59.25% to October 2008 levels, writes Brian Jones at Societe Generale (SCGLY).
But, he thinks all the concern about the “rate induced swoon in mortgage applications is overblown,” for three key reasons.
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