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 Frank Nothaft - “Our outlook for the housing industry continues to be that mortgage rates will remain affordable for the rest of the year at least, keeping the industry alive and well into the foreseeable future.”
 Frank Nothaft - “Additionally, the Federal Reserve Board appears to be on target in quelling any future surges in inflation.”
 Frank Nothaft - “Stronger than expected gains in the manufacturing and service industries - coupled with higher labor costs - ignited inflation concerns, which led to the rise in mortgage rates this week.”
 Frank Nothaft - “give the market better insight into whether the underlying core of inflation has picked up.”
 Frank Nothaft - “I can't see how we can maintain double-digit house price growth nationwide like we have enjoyed.”
 Frank Nothaft - “As a matter of fact, housing directly contributed to real GDP growth of 19 percent in the first quarter of the year and 23 percent in the second quarter, ... To put this in perspective, this would compare to 17 percent of real GDP growth over all of 2004.”
 Frank Nothaft - “Recently released employment figures point solidly towards a slowdown in economic growth. That, in turn, alleviated upward pressure on interest rates, allowing mortgage rates to slip a little more,”
 Frank Nothaft - “Growing evidence that the economic growth rate is throttling back to sustainable levels is the main reason why mortgage rates softened this past week,”
 Frank Nothaft - “Recently released employment figures point solidly towards a slowdown in economic growth. That, in turn, alleviated upward pressure on interest rates, allowing mortgage rates to slip a little more.”
 Frank Nothaft - “Growing evidence that the economic growth rate is throttling back to sustainable levels is the main reason why mortgage rates softened this past week.”
 Frank Nothaft - “Despite strong signs of economic growth, the financial markets were nonplussed, leaving mortgage rates to hover around the same affordable level for yet another week.”
 Frank Nothaft - “Mortgage rates eased even further this week in response to a setback in economic growth during June and possibly July,”
 Frank Nothaft - “We expect that near-term growth will now be a bit weaker than had been anticipated, due in very large part to the disruption in economic activity brought on by Katrina last week.”
 Frank Nothaft - “Despite strong signs of economic growth, the financial markets were nonplussed, leaving mortgage rates to hover around the same affordable level for yet another week,”
 Frank Nothaft - “As a matter of fact, housing directly contributed to real GDP growth of 19 percent in the first quarter of the year and 23 percent in the second quarter. To put this in perspective, this would compare to 17 percent of real GDP growth over all of 2004.”
 Frank Nothaft - “Mortgage rates continued to set records. Interest rates remain the lowest in Freddie Mac history indeed, they are the lowest we have seen since 1967.”
 Frank Nothaft - “There was little activity during this holiday week to move mortgage rates one way or another,”
 Frank Nothaft - “People are feeling much more financially secure. Families who are more financially secure are much more likely to buy a big-ticket item, like a house.”
 Frank Nothaft - “Although mortgage rates ticked up this week, the 30-year mortgage rate -- apart from a brief two-week stint in March -- has stayed below six percent all year. As a result, the housing industry is likely headed for another record-breaking year.”
 Frank Nothaft - “The housing industry remains fundamentally fit as we move into the spring buying season.”
 Frank Nothaft - “Mortgage rates have fallen enough over the last few months that families who refinanced in 2001 are now able to do so again. Given the current low rates and the robust level of housing construction it appears the housing industry will continue to flourish well into the summer.”
 Frank Nothaft - “Mortgage rates have fallen enough over the last few months that families who refinanced in 2001 are now able to do so again, ... Given the current low rates and the robust level of housing construction it appears the housing industry will continue to flourish well into the summer.”
 Frank Nothaft - “However, the rise in mortgage rates will be measured, not extreme, and that will help keep the housing industry stable and affordable in the coming months.”
 Frank Nothaft - “Our Primary Mortgage Market Survey results this week show mortgage rates slipping again, which will all but guarantee that the housing industry will continue at its robust pace and set yet again, another record for both new construction and overall home sales.”
 Frank Nothaft - “However, the resiliency of the housing sector continues to amaze. 2005 will be another banner year for the housing industry.”

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