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Alternative Mortgage Sources is an independent loan brokerage owned and operated by Broker/Owner Beth Hoffman since 1986. Beth has earned a reputation for "demystifying the loan process" while delivering superior service to over 2,000 clients throughout the state of California.

We're a full service mortgage broker with an experienced staff offering expertise in every area of mortgage lending...from purchases to refinancing. We have access to a full range of mortgage sources and all of our lending specialists are dedicated to finding the right loan — with the best rates, terms and costs — to meet our clients' unique needs. But that's just the beginning. Throughout the lending process, we provide regular loan updates and progress reports so clients always know the status of their loan.

And at Alternative Mortgage Sources, you not only have access to the best loans available in the marketplace, but you can review loan alternatives at your convenience, online, 24 hours a day — right here at AlternativeMortgageSources.com.

Licensed by the California Department of Real Estate
License number 00685309

Losses Trimmed

13-Jul-20 10:42 ET

10-Year: - 4/32  0.648%   US/JPY: 107.18    EUR/US: 1.1364

Losses Trimmed:

  • U.S. Treasuries have inched up off their session lows, but they remain in negative territory at this juncture. Treasuries hit their lowest levels of the day as equities opened while the next hour saw  slow rebound that returned the 10-yr note to its opening level while the 5-yr note remains a bit behind. The U.S. Dollar Index has widened its loss to 0.4% at 96.30, approaching last week's low (96.24).

       Yield Check:

  • 2-yr:   UNCH at 0.16%
  • 3-yr:   +1 bp to   0.19%
  • 5-yr:   +1 bp to   0.31%
  • 10-yr: +2 bps to  0.65%
  • 30-yr: +2 bps to  1.35%

Bond Market Data

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