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Posted March 26, 2014
in Real-Time Mortgage Rates

Today’s Mortgage Rates : Real-Time MBS Pricing For March 26, 2014

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Durable Orders Rise

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MBS moved higher this morning following the release of mixed Durable Orders data. February Durable Orders increased 2.2% from January, above the consensus of 1.0%. Excluding volatile transportation orders, however, they increased just 0.2%, which was slightly below expectations.

The results from the 5-yr Treasury auction will come out around 1:00 et.

MBS prices correlate and are inversely related to today's mortgage rates available from U.S. banks and lenders. When MBS prices rise, mortgage rates tend to fall. When MBS prices fall, mortgage rates tend to rise. In general, a .250 change in MBS pricing corresponds to a 0.125 percentage point change in mortgage rates.

MBS pricing is provided by MBSQuoteline, a mortgage pricing subscription service available to loan officers, real estate agents, and finance professionals. Today's mortgage rates are based on the real-time pricing shown above.

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