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ARAMCO Report - Friday June 27, 2014

Posted by Mehran Aram on Fri, Jun 27, 2014 @ 17:06 PM

According to a recent study from Harvard University, homeownership rates have declined for nine years straight and are currently at their lowest levels since 1995. An improved jobs market, looser underwriting standards, and rising home values will hopefully create a sense of urgency and reverse this trend in the years to come. Meanwhile, continuous signs of a lackluster economic recovery have pushed stocks lower and strengthened the bond market, leaving 30-year fixed rates at around 4.25% and 15-year rates averaging 3.25%

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