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mort·gages

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    Karen
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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of mortgages in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of mortgages in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of mortgages in a Sentence

  1. Greg McBride:

    There are not a lot of economic bright spots right now, but one is that with record low mortgage rates homeowners can refinance their mortgages and generate meaningful monthly savings. That savings can shore up their finances and they will end up pumping it back into the economy. Why would you dampen that ?

  2. Chief Financial Officer Paul Donofrio:

    When long-term interest rates fall, we see more people pay off their mortgages and that translates into more mortgage-backed securities being redeemed and that forces us to write off some premiums, i don't think you can extrapolate that into the future because long-term rates have stabilized at this point.

  3. Toru Yoshikawa:

    As a latecomer, we don't have outstanding mortgages under threat to be taken by rivals, the negative interest rate policy is tailwind for us.

  4. Frank Reda:

    We are expecting liquidity to get weaker going into 2015, so we are shifting out of some corporate exposure and moving into traditional agency MBS, that's not because we want to make a bet on mortgages, but because we want to structure the portfolio to protect it, in case there is a liquidity crunch.

  5. Elizabeth Warren:

    It all sounded good but what it was really about was tying the hands of regulators and turning loose big banks and giant international corporations to do whatever they wanted to do: turning them loose to rig the market and reduce competition; turning them loose to outsource more jobs; turning them loose to load up on more risks and then hide behind taxpayer guarantees; turning them loose to sell more mortgages and credit cards that cheated American families.

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