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March 18, 2009 - New York Fed Expands Purchasing of Mortgage Backed Securities to $1.25 Trillion!
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York today expanded its purchasing of fixed-rate mortgage-backed securities guaranteed by Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae, which are what drives home loan interest rates. The FED plans to buy up to $1.25 Trillion in the coming months. This program is aimed at driving down interest rates and making all kinds of Jumbo Loans more available.

What does this mean to someone seeking a Jumbo Loan? It simply means that over the next few months we will likely see the lowest interest rates on record. Waiting for rates to rise could be costly. Move now to capitalize on these exciting low rates with a Jumbo Mortgage. Learn more about FHA Jumbo Loans, Conventional Jumbo Loans and VA Jumbo Loans.

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There are several different Jumbo Loan options for buyers or current homeowners that wish to obtain a loan amount that is greater than $417,000 in value.

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