[:en]The Deal of the Century??[:es]¿El negocio del siglo?[:]

[:en]Recently, Freddie Mac published a blog post titled Mortgage Rates: Still the Deal of the Century. They explained that, if you are planning to purchase a home, now may be the time:

“If you are in the market to buy a home, today’s average mortgage rates are something to celebrate compared to almost any year since 1971.”

And they let their readers know that there is no guarantee that rates will remain this low:

“Over the past few years, we’ve enjoyed a long run of historically low mortgage rates. While no one expects them to change dramatically overnight, they are expected to head up. Most experts agree that mortgage rates will drift up in the coming months to end the year approaching 4.50%… Buying a home is a big investment – perhaps the biggest one you’ll make in your life. So, it’s important to be sure you are ready to make that purchase. If you are ready, today’s rates are not to be missed.”

The article went on to calculate what the principal and interest payment would be based on a $200,000 fully amortizing mortgage at different times in history.

Mortgage Payments | Simplifying The Market

Here is a look at rates over the decades:

Historic Mortgage Rates | Simplifying The Market

Here is a look at rates over the last four years and what Freddie Mac projects for next year:

30 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Rates | Simplifying The Market

Bottom Line

If you are thinking of buying your first home or looking to move up to your dream home, now may be the time to do it.[:es]The Deal of the Century?? | Keeping Current Matters

Recientemente, Freddie Mac publicó una entrada en su blog titulado Las tasas hipotecarias: todavía el negocio del siglo. Ellos explicaron que, si usted está planeando en comprar una casa, ahora tal vez sea el momento:

“Si usted está en el mercado para comprar una casa, el promedio de las tasas hipotecarias hoy es algo que celebrar comparado casi con cualquier año desde 1971”

Y ellos dejaron que sus lectores supieran que no hay garantía que las tasas se mantendrán así de bajas:

“En los últimos años, hemos disfrutado de una larga racha de tasas hipotecarias históricamente bajas. Mientras que nadie espera que cambien drásticamente de la noche a la mañana, se espera que suban. La mayoría de los expertos están de acuerdo que las tasas hipotecarias estarán a la deriva en los próximos meses y al terminar el año se acercaran al 4.50 %… Comprar una casa es una gran inversión- tal vez la más grande que usted hará en su vida. Así, que es importante estar seguro que usted está listo para hacer esa compra. Si usted está listo, no se pierda las tasas actuales”.

El artículo continúo calculando cual sería el pago del principal e interés basado en una hipoteca con amortización completa de $200,000 en diferentes épocas en la historia.

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Aquí damos un vistazo a las tasas durante las décadas:

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Aquí vemos las tasas durante los últimos cuatro años y lo que Freddie Mac proyecta para el próximo año:

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En conclusión

Si usted está pensando en comprar si primera casa o buscando en mudarse a la casa de sus sueños, ahora tal vez sea el momento de hacerlo.

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[:en]The Deal of the Century??[:es]¿El negocio del siglo?[:]



[:en]Recently, Freddie Mac published a blog post titled Mortgage Rates: Still the Deal of the Century. They explained that, if you are planning to purchase a home, now may be the time: “If you are in the market to buy a home, today’s average mortgage rates are something to celebrate compared to almost any year ...

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[:en]The Deal of the Century??[:es]¿El negocio del siglo?[:]



[:en]Recently, Freddie Mac published a blog post titled Mortgage Rates: Still the Deal of the Century. They explained that, if you are planning to purchase a home, now may be the time:

“If you are in the market to buy a home, today's average mortgage rates are something to celebrate compared to almost any year since 1971.”

And they let their readers know that there is no guarantee that rates will remain this low:

“Over the past few years, we've enjoyed a long run of historically low mortgage rates. While no one expects them to change dramatically overnight, they are expected to head up. Most experts agree that mortgage rates will drift up in the coming months to end the year approaching 4.50%... Buying a home is a big investment – perhaps the biggest one you'll make in your life. So, it's important to be sure you are ready to make that purchase. If you are ready, today's rates are not to be missed.”

The article went on to calculate what the principal and interest payment would be based on a $200,000 fully amortizing mortgage at different times in history.

Mortgage Payments | Simplifying The Market

Here is a look at rates over the decades:

Historic Mortgage Rates | Simplifying The Market

Here is a look at rates over the last four years and what Freddie Mac projects for next year:

30 Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Rates | Simplifying The Market

Bottom Line

If you are thinking of buying your first home or looking to move up to your dream home, now may be the time to do it.[:es]The Deal of the Century?? | Keeping Current Matters

Recientemente, Freddie Mac publicó una entrada en su blog titulado Las tasas hipotecarias: todavía el negocio del siglo. Ellos explicaron que, si usted está planeando en comprar una casa, ahora tal vez sea el momento:

“Si usted está en el mercado para comprar una casa, el promedio de las tasas hipotecarias hoy es algo que celebrar comparado casi con cualquier año desde 1971”

Y ellos dejaron que sus lectores supieran que no hay garantía que las tasas se mantendrán así de bajas:

“En los últimos años, hemos disfrutado de una larga racha de tasas hipotecarias históricamente bajas. Mientras que nadie espera que cambien drásticamente de la noche a la mañana, se espera que suban. La mayoría de los expertos están de acuerdo que las tasas hipotecarias estarán a la deriva en los próximos meses y al terminar el año se acercaran al 4.50 %... Comprar una casa es una gran inversión- tal vez la más grande que usted hará en su vida. Así, que es importante estar seguro que usted está listo para hacer esa compra. Si usted está listo, no se pierda las tasas actuales”.

El artículo continúo calculando cual sería el pago del principal e interés basado en una hipoteca con amortización completa de $200,000 en diferentes épocas en la historia.

modify-image

Aquí damos un vistazo a las tasas durante las décadas:

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Aquí vemos las tasas durante los últimos cuatro años y lo que Freddie Mac proyecta para el próximo año:

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En conclusión

Si usted está pensando en comprar si primera casa o buscando en mudarse a la casa de sus sueños, ahora tal vez sea el momento de hacerlo.

[:]

[:en]The Deal of the Century??[:es]¿El negocio del siglo?[:]



[:en]Recently, Freddie Mac published a blog post titled Mortgage Rates: Still the Deal of the Century. They explained that, if you are planning to purchase a home, now may be the time: “If you are in the market to buy a home, today’s average mortgage rates are something to celebrate compared to almost any year ...

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