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What Kind of Mortgage Is Best for You?
Posted on June 9, 2017

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Posted on August 18, 2016

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Subprime housing market not what it used to be
Posted on April 2, 2014

Not so long ago, lenders gave out mortgages to potential homeowners without doing their due diligence. Often, no down payments or documentation were needed. As a result, the global economy suffered and the housing market crashed. There was the Adjustable Rate mortgage (ARM) with a low interest rate for a couple of years – then [...]

Home Repos Up Sharply in May
Posted on June 14, 2013

Banks are revving up their efforts to take back homes. In May, according to RealtyTrac, completed foreclosures were up 11 percent from the previous month (38,946 in May vs. 34,997 in April). In addition, it was the first time in five months the total had risen. Foreclosure starts also are on the rise, going up[...]

Housing Prices on the Rise Almost Everywhere
Posted on June 12, 2013

The housing market is showing a great deal of growth these days, and there are a number of studies to support this theory. According to FHFA (Federal Housing Finance Agency) pricing data the price of homes across the country rose 6.7% when compared to the same period of time in 2012 (source). These numbers are[...]

The 3% Interest Mortgage Loan May Be a Thing of the Past
Posted on June 12, 2013

According to a recent article, the days of too-good-to-be-true mortgage interest rates below four percent will soon be just that. As recently as early May, the rates for a fixed mortgage were at 3.3%, but in the last week of that month they had already escalated to 3.91% (compared to 3.67% at the same [...]

Fewer Vacancies and Higher Demand Means Big Profits for Landlords
Posted on June 5, 2013

If you’re planning to rent a home in the near future, you may wish you could turn back the clock a few years to the time when the recession was at its peak. During that period, it was unquestionably a renter’s market. The nation’s rental-vacancy rate swelled to 8%, and landlords were scrambling to fill [...]