If the regular bill yield is 4% and I think inflation will average 2% for the next 10 years I am going to buy TIPS at any base Yield 2% and will buy regular bills at any TIPS yield
( "Yield" is the percentage of applicants offered admission to a program who accept their offer.)
Yield is typically higher for those from within Vermont, and that didn't change.
VILES: Brokers charge fees and they collect something called a Yield Spread Premium from the lender.
OF MORTGAGE BROKERS: My experience is the borrowers do in fact understand that brokers get paid either as a part of a broker fee or an origination fee and also, in most cases, there's an additional compensation called the Yield Spread, fully disclosed to the Good Faith estimate.