Carrasco, at his chance

first_imgSince his return to Atlético four weeks ago, Carrasco has barely played three little moments with the red and white (66 minutes total). The Belgian came to a team ravaged by injuries and, Almost without training, he debuted at the Bernabéu. Then had minutes against Valencia and Granada; Nothing against Liverpool and Villarreal. And he has not yet started. But that opportunity could come before Espanyol.Carrasco has made a kind of preseason, because when he joined the Chinese league he had not played for two months. The first rojiblanco team moved at a higher rate, but Yannick has worked to earn a place in the team. Further, what yes The situation of the workforce has changed, because if after Bernabéu Simeone he could not count on Morata, Costa or João, now there are all three, together with Correa and Vitolo to make the Belgian international tough competition. According to the tests conducted by Cholo on Wednesday, Carrasco is a very viable option to start on the left wing, where he already appeared in many games of his previous stage. From there would join in attack with Morata and Correa, this one more inclined to the right. The rest of the eleven would be Oblak; Trippier, Savic, Felipe, Lodi; Koke, Llorente, Saul and the winter signing on the left. He would fall from the Thomas team, which has not finished the last two sessions, and recover your Trippier site.The Ghanaian is training with another workload also thinking about what lies ahead of the team. So, With Herrera already rejoined the group, the only low player is Lemar. Simeone has 22 players available.last_img read more

Demand for AdjustableRate Loans Expected to Rise

first_img In the growing arena of adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs), hybrid products continue to attract the most interest, “”Freddie Mac””:http://www.freddiemac.com/ revealed in its “”30th Annual ARM Survey””:http://freddiemac.mwnewsroom.com/press-releases/hybrid-arms-dominate-product-offerings-in-30th-ann-otcqb-fmcc-1085218?feed=429e0be3-9aef-4a3a-9775-43f8e470d510.[IMAGE]As fixed interest rates continue on their upward path, ARM initial-period rates remain near historic lows–a stat the GSE anticipates will factor into borrowing decisions in the year ahead.””Homebuyers have preferred fixed-rate mortgages the past few years because of the low interest rates and the certainty of the monthly principal and interest payment,”” said Frank Nothaft, VP and chief economist for Freddie Mac. “”As longer-term interest rates rise, ARMs with their lower initial interest rates will become more appealing to loan applicants.[COLUMN_BREAK]””We are expecting ARMs to gradually gain back some favor with mortgage borrowers, with the ARM share rising to 12 percent of the home-purchase market in 2014,”” he added.ARMs accounted for about 10 percent of new home purchase loans in 2013, according to data from the Federal Housing Finance Agency.Over the last year, the company’s data shows initial-period rate changes on hybrid ARMs have been influenced largely by the length of their initial fixed-rate periods, with the longer periods seeing the biggest increases.According to Freddie Mac, the pattern “”largely reflects term structure movements in the rest of the capital markets and the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy,”” which has served to keep short-term interest rates low while allowing longer-term rates to lift.Among all ARM products, hybrid offerings continue to enjoy the most popularity from both lenders and borrowers. The 5/1 hybrid–which features a five-year fixed-rate initial period before the rate resets annually–was the most common over the last year, followed by the 3/1, 7/1, and 10/1.Less common, the GSE says, were ARMs in which the repricing frequency was fixed for the life of the loan–such as the 3/3 ARM, which adjusts once every three years. in Origination, Secondary Market Share January 28, 2014 462 Views center_img Demand for Adjustable-Rate Loans Expected to Rise Adjustable-Rate Mortgage Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Fixed-Rate Mortgage Freddie Mac Investors Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Rates Service Providers 2014-01-28 Tory Barringerlast_img read more