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SOURCE: Consumer Daily
Consumer Daily’s two large databases of mortgage refinance rates have been updated for this March. Homeowners may calculate their new mortgage interest rates and savings here.
Orange County, CA (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
With so many fast changing parts of our current economy, more and more consumers are utilizing the trusted resources and information of http://www.consumerdaily.org. With many key recent economic issues the current interest rates are: 30 year fixed 3.53%, 15 year fixed 2.78%, 30 year jumbo 3.93%, 5/1 adjustable rate mortgage 2.65%. While many news sources including The Wall Street Journal have reported on the growth in the housing sector, many economic issues including legislative action continue to impact interest rates. This site serves as a portal. It helps connect users to company websites that may help lower bills and find lower rates.
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One of the many important factors to consumers is the action of the United States Federal reserve. Every month the Federal Reserve works to reach a target Fed funds rate, that they specifically set for that month. This rate has an important impact on interest rates. This includes rates for bank loans, credit card interest rates, mortgages and consumer loans. For the most part the last couple of years the Federal Reserve Board (The Fed) have worked to keep rates low. Lower rates usually keep more funds available and overall rates lower. This past week, mortgage rates edged slightly lower.
With so much economic data, and fast moving trends consumers rely on resources such as consumerdaily.org. This website has a lot of information to help consumers make good decisions. This site also allows visitors to utilize the opportunity to find lower interest and insurance rates. In recent polls finding ways to save money and help their budget was a top issue for what consumers look for in a website. Consumer Daily is one of the only sites that allows users to compare only car insurance and mortgage refinance rates. Having helped many consumers and continuing to be a reliable source for this key information, Consumer Daily has grown in popularity.
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