My Clients on Working with Me:

Evan is polite and professional.  I would recommend him to anyone!

Thank you for helping us in the house buying process!  We are so thankful for your attention to detail and ease in which you communicate.  You answered questions quickly and efficiently and made us feel comfortable with every decision we needed to make.  Your weekly updates helped us to know that we weren’t just another number, but clients that you valued (or at least it seemed that way!)  We will absolutely recommend you to our friends and family!

Great with new homebuyers.  Evan sat down and explained everything in detail.  We really appreciate all the work for us.  Thanks again.

Once again you’ve gone the extra mile to make this smooth and easy for us. Thank you!

Thanks for all the help during the process.  You and your staff were great to work with.  It’s always fun to see and work with people who are really good at what they do.  As I said earlier I’ll gladly recommend people to you.

I have to say on record that you guys are the best lending agency I have ever worked with. I have and will continue to tell every one I know,”Mortgage Trust is the best and only company to work with”!!


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Mortgage Rate Update October 1, 2015

Mortgage note rates are unchanged today but the accompanying closing costs are slightly less so in fact the overall rate environment has improved modestly this week. Attention in the financial markets is squarely focused on tomorrow’s all-important jobs report.  If you’ll remember back to last month new job creation came in at 173,000 which was […]

Mortgage Rate Update September 28, 2015

Mortgage rates are essentially unchanged at 2015 lows. US interest rates continue to benefit from investors who are concerned about the global economy.  China’s economy is weakening and conditions in Europe are struggling to improve.  As a result commodity prices are at multi-year lows and currencies for emerging markets have softened.  When global uncertainty is […]

Mortgage Rate Update September 24, 2015

Mortgage rates are essentially unchanged at year-to-date lows. Concern over global economic growth continues to suppress interest rates here in the US.  Yesterday, the US treasury sold 1-month bills with a 0% yield.  The auction was overbid with over $9 of offers coming in for every $1 of debt available for purchase.  The strong demand […]

Mortgage Rate Update September 21, 2015

Mortgage rates are back to the best levels for the year. In case you missed it Thursday’s much anticipated Fed announcement was a boon for mortgage rates.  The Fed voted to leave short-term rates unchanged and made dovish comments about near-term monetary policy. In the post-announcement press conference Chairwoman Janet Yellen voiced concerns about the […]

Mortgage Rate Update September 17, 2015

Mortgage rates had a rough day on Tuesday possibly in anticipation of today’s Fed meeting.  Mortgage rates are modestly worse relative to where we started the week. Today’s Federal Open Market Committee meeting is the most anticipated one in recent history.  For the past seven years the Fed has left the Federal Funds rate near […]

Mortgage Rate Update September 8th, 2015

Mortgage rates are priced modestly worse today compared to late last week. Global stock markets are off to the races this morning.  Markets in Asia and Europe are broadly higher and the US is following suit.  China reported that exports decreased by 5.5% last month which is better than the previous months reading of -8.8%. […]

Mortgage Rate Update September 3, 2015

Mortgage rates are basically unchanged for the week.  US interest are effectively being tugged higher by US domestic economic conditions while international storylines attempt to pull them lower. The financial markets are eagerly awaiting tomorrow’s all-important jobs report.  Expectations are for ~+220,000 new jobs to be created.  Typically, if new job creations exceed expectations then […]

Mortgage Rate Update August 31, 2015

Mortgage rates improved by ~.125% during the week of August 17th-21st and those improvements vanished last week as ongoing volatility rattled the markets.  I will not be surprised to see volatility continue this week because the week before Labor Day traditionally sees fewer traders in the office (and therefore fewer buyers and sellers). Over the […]