Mortgage | Econ Update::: Bond markets were closed yesterday but the U.S. 10-year closed Friday up at 2.78%. Risk-free Treasuries across the curve reaching their highest levels of the week (rate-wise) as markets digested the possibility that tariffs on imports from China could be lifted to smooth negotiations (refuted by the Treasury Department), Chinese officials offering to significantly increase China's imports from the United States for a six-year period in order to eliminate the trade imbalance (countered by U.S. representatives), the Bank of Japan thought to be lowering its inflation forecast, and continued Brexit drama.
In the United States we closed last week with some positive economic readings. Industrial production beat expectations in December, as did capacity utilization rate, with both figures eclipsing their prior readings as well. Hard date showed notable strength in manufacturing output, which saw its largest gain since February 2018 and helped ease worries surrounding December ISM Manufacturing Index figures from earlier in the week. Unfortunately, the preliminary University of Michigan Index of Consumer Sentiment for January fell to the lowest level since President Trump was elected. Consumer's attitudes about the economic outlook for 2019 is now the worst since mid-2014, which may hurt disposable income spending.
This holiday-shortened week includes updates on housing and Markit and regional Fed indices. Releases involving durable goods and new home sales are expected to be postponed due to the partial government shutdown. We also have an ECB decision on Thursday. December existing home sales are due at 3PM ET today and are expected to decline slightly. Tomorrow, we receive the usual weekly MBA Mortgage Index; and November FHFA Housing Price Index. We begin today with Agency MBS prices better/higher by .125 than Friday's close and the 10-year yielding 2.75%... -Yours Truly
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A Chattel Mortgage facility is the most common type of vehicle finance we use for our clients and we have outlined the facility below. .
Also known as an Equipment, Goods or Commercial Loan a Chattel Mortgage is similar to a mortgage on a property. .
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- Loan terms generally 1 - 5 years
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- The lender takes an interest (Mortgage) over the item until the loan is paid off
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- A balloon or residual value can be used to keep repayments within budget
- Monthly repayments are fixed
- Deposit (either cash or trade-in) may be used, often no deposit is required
- A Chattel Mortgage is suitable for business entities & sole traders when the item to be purchased is for business use.
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