For the Week Ending March 11, 2016

For the Week Ending Mar 11, 2016

Please enjoy this quick update on what happened this week in the housing and financial markets
Oil pricing continues to increase, supporting stocks but hurting bonds. The pressure on mortgage bonds can contribute to higher mortgage rates
 
European Central Bank stimulus is expected to help the EU economy and boost inflation. European inflation could contribute to U.S. inflation, pressuring rates.
 
Another sign of economic strength that could pressure mortgage rates is this week's jobless claims. Claims fell, indicative of a strengthening labor market.
Home prices are expected to continue to rise in 2016, forecast at a 3.6% increase. Rising prices are supported by low mortgage rates and tight supply.
 
Signs point to increased home purchase activity among Millennials. Among those surveyed, 48% express a desire to own a home, compared to 39% a year ago.
 
There are some features even Millennials don't want in a home, though. These features include an elevator, wine cellar, wet bar, and laminate countertops.
 
My memory has gotten so bad it has actually caused me to lose my job.
I'm still employed...I just can't remember where.

Sincerely,
Don S.Riggs
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(303) 429-7121
driggs@envoymortgage.com
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