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New Weekly Market Updates

Treasury market rallies.  From their late-July all-time lows, UST yields bounced dramatically, buoyed by better US economic data, especially an improvement in July payrolls growth.  By mid-August, the 10Y UST yield climbed +48 bps to 1.86%.  However, since then, UST yields retraced after the FOMC delivered surprisingly dovish minutes and markets re-focused on European sovereign debt concerns.  This morning the 10Y UST yield hovers near 1.57%.   Read the rest of this entry »

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New Weekly Market Updates for Commercial & Multifamily Mortgage Rates

Rates bounce as central banks disappoint and payrolls surprise.  It was a volatile week for yields, as 10Y and 30Y UST yields traversed ranges of 22bps and 18bps, respectively.  First, FOMC inaction disappointed expectations for further Fed easing.  Then, risk appetite deteriorated after the ECB to failed to follow through on Draghi’s promise to do “whatever it takes” to save the EUR.  Finally, an upside surprise on US July payrolls (+163K) propelled yields back to their two-week highs.   Read the rest of this entry »

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Weekly Market Updates for Commercial & Multifamily Mortgage Rates

Yields bounce.  After setting a new all-time low below 1.40% early last week, the 10Y UST yield bounced to 1.59% on Friday.  Meanwhile, the 30Y UST yield jump +22bps, to a Friday high of 2.67%.  Yields reversed direction after headlines suggested imminent new policy moves from both the Fed and the ECB.   Improved risk sentiment lifted risk assets:  from Wednesday through Friday the DJIA climbed 400 points (+3.2%).    Read the rest of this entry »

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Weekly Commercial Mortgage Rate Updates

Yields soften.  Over the past two weeks, the Treasury market rallied significantly and the yield curve flattened as 2Y yields fell 6bps; 5Y yields fell 10bps; 10Y yields fell 16bps; and 30Y yields fell 18bps.  Meanwhile, swap rates hit all-time lows across the curve.  The rally reflected ongoing weakness in US economic data; solid demand at last week’s 10Y and 30Y UST auctions; and modest widening in European peripheral spreads as the market refocused on the implementation risks associated with EU summit initiatives.   Read the rest of this entry »

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Multifamily & Apartment Loan Rate Updates

Multifamily and apartment mortgage rates have been at all time lows.  Rates are based on the quality of the property, borrower and location of the asset.   Here are range of rates for different terms for multifamily loans but please keep in mind that these apartment mortgage rates are for informational purposes only and could change.  To get a more accurate rate, please contact our office. Read the rest of this entry »

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