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To Sell Now, or Later?

You’re living in your first house, and it’s been a while. Maybe long enough that your family has grown, and now you need more living space. A few other “life” things may have happened since then. You might have two … Continue reading

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6 Factors Homebuyers Should Consider Over Interest Rates

When the Federal Reserve stopped buying Treasury bonds last fall, experts predicted interest rates would rise, sparking a sense of urgency among prospective homebuyers to take advantage of historically low rates before it was too late. Now the rise in … Continue reading

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Thinking About Buying A Home? Why You Should Buy Sooner And Not Later!

According to news just released by Freddie Mac, mortgage rates are expected to rise to an average of 4.6% next year.  Coupled with rising home prices this will mean that affordability will be impacted.  Not as good as current affordability … Continue reading

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The Toughest Part is Saving for the Down Payment

I meet so many prospective homebuyers who have excellent credit and decent income but just cannot seem to put enough away for a down payment on a first home.  Here are a few ideas to help save some money so that you … Continue reading

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Mortgage Rates Continue To Hover At Record Lows

For qualified buyers, fixed and adjustable mortgages are more attractive than ever RealtyTimes reported that Freddie Mac’s weekly mortgage survey, the first since the Fed’s Operation Twist announcement last week, found the average rate for conventional 30-year fixed mortgages to … Continue reading

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