Today on “Today In Mortgages” we discuss how politics will affect mortgage rates. Presidential nominees are making lots of promises when it comes to interest rates according to today’s article from The New York Times, but the Federal Reserve is independent from the president. A president can affect future policy but they cannot control rates directly.

As mortgage professionals, we need to know what’s happening in the market so we can help keep our borrowers informed with the most up to date information. Listen in as we discuss today’s news!

Listen in as we discuss today’s news!

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Today in mortgages is produced by Network Funding, LP, which is an equal housing lender, NMLS# 2297. The content of this program is meant to be a commentary on mortgage and real estate news and any discussion of rates and or products should not be taken as individual mortgage or home buying advice or pricing estimates, and any commentary on this show is should not be considered a promise to make a loan. All applicants for a loan must qualify and you should consult a professional regarding your individual loan scenarios for your financial situation. Visit our website at nflp.com/licenses for all state licensing and other legal information.

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Today in mortgages is produced by Network Funding, LP, which is an equal housing lender, NMLS# 2297.

The content of this program is meant to be a commentary on mortgage and real estate news and any discussion of rates and or products should not be taken as individual mortgage or home buying advice or pricing estimates, and any commentary on this show is should not be considered a promise to make a loan. All applicants for a loan must qualify and you should consult a professional regarding your individual loan scenarios for your financial situation. Visit our website at nflp.com/licenses for all state licensing and other legal information.

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