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How the Brexit Can Save You Money on Your Home Loan
Posted Monday June 27, 2016 in Mortgage, News

Brexit may be bigger than we anticipated! Great Britain surprised the world by voting to leave the European Union, but the effects of the decision can be felt around the world and in all sorts of different industries. For home buyers or refinancers in the United States, the Brexit is actually good news because it… Read more »

Why the Brexit Means Low Interest Rates for You
Posted Friday June 24, 2016 in News

Yesterday, British voters voted to leave the European Union in search of more economic independence. Although Great Britain is across the pond, this decision has an effect on the US mortgage market. As of today, the Brexit is actually keeping interest rates low. In fact, according to the Washington Post, the Federal Reserve feared that… Read more »

HELOC vs HECM – What’s the Difference?
Posted Tuesday June 14, 2016 in Mortgage

We get it. Deciphering mortgage terminology is like solving a Rubik’s Cube sometimes! You just want to throw your hands up in the air and say, “I give up! Somebody else figure this out for me!” That’s what I am here for – to answer your most complex and confusing questions about the mortgage industry…. Read more »

Is 2016 A Seller’s Market?
Posted Wednesday June 8, 2016 in Real Estate

With fewer homes on the market to purchase, low interest rates keeping buyers intrigued, and home prices continuing to rise, experts say it is a seller’s market right now. In its recent analysis, real estate marketplace finds homes are selling 7% faster than last year while home prices are breaking records. In April 2016,… Read more »