Well, it looks like optimism in the markets, thanks to the strong jobs report, sent mortgage rates a little higher, according to last week’s survey published by Freddie Mac. Prior to this latest report, rates had been dropping for six consecutive weeks. Despite the minimal .10 percent rise in interest rate for the average 30-year
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Whether or not you’re a big-time goal setter or make resolutions at the beginning of the new year, you likely have a few things in mind that you either want to accomplish or that you know are coming down the pike in your life. And, I don’t know about your big plans, but for most
Well, here we are…in October! We’ve turned the page to a new season and a new quarter. Now that the peak home buying season has cooled, like the crisp, fall air, I thought it would be a good time to share with you some of my thoughts on what’s happening in the markets and what
We all know that an important part of *adulting* is buying and owning a home. But the cost of homes here in SoCal leads many would-be homeowners I talk to, to question that. How about you? If you are on the fence about whether it’s important to own a home, this article is for you.
Do you wonder if you are in the right mortgage program for this stage of your life? It’s a smart financial question to ask, especially with rates rising and home appreciation rates increasing every year. As you know, I love to look out for my clients’ best interests and a chance I had recently to
Consider this, you’ve come to your target retirement age, have raised your children, paid for college and weddings, worked tirelessly, saved endlessly and now you’re looking forward to finally kicking back and enjoying life in your golden years. Except there’s a problem: you don’t have enough savings and retirement income to support the lifestyle you