The country’s volatile stock exchange features a silver lining for homeowners — record low prices.

Wall Street investors purchasing up bonds and Treasury bills have actually triggered home loan prices to drop considerably. The present price for a 30-year fixed home loan is 3.47 per cent, an interest rate final seen, if the European financial obligation crisis drove rates down, in line with the Mortgage Bankers Association, a nationwide relationship representing the real-estate finance industry. Continue reading