S&P predicts more home price declines through 2011

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Since January, mortgage rates have been on a steady decline. breaking the more than year-long streak, according to the S&P.

According to the article, most economists do not expect to see a recovery this year. national home prices are expected to fall 1.4% percent on average through 2011. As of last June, economists predicted that housing would gain 1.3% in 2011. Frankly, this prediction seemed laughable then, and it seems no more justifiable in retrospect.

For the week, Dow was up 1.2%, S&P was up 1.7%, and Nasdaq up 1.9%. The S&P snapped a five-day winning streak, and the Dow ended its four straight session of gains. The U.S. economy added 224,000.

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FHFA: Principal reduction would cost Fannie, Freddie $100 billion was no other choice than to put Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into. Director, Federal Housing Finance Agency. commitment of $100 billion) to ensure that they maintain. purchases is to reduce the cost of mortgages and.

Housing prices have “reentered a period of decline” according to the Case-Shiller home price. index tanked 4% in 2011. Prices are now down 33.8% from their June/July 2006 peak, prompting index.

Through the first three months of 2012, private sector employers added an additional 631,000 workers. Overall payroll, the exposure base for workers compensation insurance, now exceeds its pre-crisis peak. During 2011, the unemployment rate ranged from a high of 9.2 percent in June to a.

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Freddie delinquency rate down to lowest level in nearly 3 years U.S. mortgage rates jumped this week to the highest level in almost eight years, a trend that is pulling down. 3.23 percent Thursday, up nearly a full percentage point from 2.33 percent a year ago..