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This Week’s Market Commentary

This week brings us the release of six monthly and quarterly economic reports for the markets to digest in addition to two Treasury auctions. None of the data is considered to be key, but several of the reports can directly affect mortgage pricing. There is at least one release set for each day except for Monday, so we can expect to see a fairly active week in the bond and mortgage markets. August’s New Home Sales will start the week’s activities late Tuesday morning. The Commerce Department is expected to say that sales of newly constructed homes rose last month, indicating the ne...

September 25th, 2017 This Week’s Market Commentary

Focus On Functionality When Buying Your Home

You have to live somewhere. For most of us, the decision seems to be simply functional. We all say we only need food, clothing, and shelter. But the truth is that we also want our homes to function well for our needs and preferences. Functionality begins with making a good decision, based on your requirements and what you can afford. Talk to a professional loan officer to find out what you could afford right now. That will help you make plans for when you will be ready to buy a home. Whether you rent or buy, you decide which home to choose based on affordability, availability and functionalit...

September 21st, 2017 Focus On Functionality When Buying Your Home

This Week’s Market Commentary

This week brings us the release of only three monthly economic reports, none of which are considered to be highly important. The main focus of the week will be the Federal Reserve and their mid-week events. We can expect to see some portfolio positioning as that day comes closer, meaning the next couple of days could still bring changes to mortgage rates despite the lack of important data. August’s Housing Starts will start this week's activities early Tuesday morning. It tracks groundbreakings of new home projects but likely will not affect mortgage rates unless its results vary greatly...

September 18th, 2017 This Week’s Market Commentary

What Sellers Should Know About Pets and Showings

Buyers and their agents need to feel welcome to look at the property at their leisure without danger or distractions. So while you adore your sweet-tempered pit bull rescue, he could turn territorial, barking and growling at potential homebuyers. And it could cost you the opportunity to sell your home. Think of buyers as guests and work to make them feel comfortable as they consider your home for purchase. If you have a protective dog or one that isn’t well-trained, drop her off at doggie day care when you know your home is going to be shown. Or call a pet sitter on call who can take you...

September 14th, 2017 What Sellers Should Know About Pets and Showings

Why Multigenerational Living Is The Trend With No End

That guest room you had planned to shelter the occasional out-of-town guest might not stay a guest room for long. And that empty-nest syndrome you’ve been worried about? It’s may not be such a worry after all. Multigenerational living is one of the hottest trends in real estate, and if you haven’t yet considered bringing different generations of your family under one roof, it may just be a matter of time. “The number and share of Americans living in multigenerational family households has continued to rise, even though the Great Recession is now in the rear-view mirror,...

September 13th, 2017 Why Multigenerational Living Is The Trend With No End

Helping Sellers "Fall" Into the Autumn Selling Season

The sun will soon be setting on summer and the traditionally "hot" selling season - but as you know just because the leaves are starting to turn doesn't mean that buyers have "turned off." Every season presents its opportunities and challenges, and whether the weather is balmy or brrr it's up to sellers to ensure that their houses are in tip-top showable shape - and your expert guidance can help, inside and out. Grooming the greenery In climates where the leaves start to turn and fall, rule one for sellers is to make sure that yards and walks are clean and uncluttered. Aside from raking the le...

September 13th, 2017 Helping Sellers "Fall" Into the Autumn Selling Season

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