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It’s Taking an Average of Just 17 Days to Sell!

As the economy approves and the pandemic continues to be a concern, mortgage rates increased in this week’s survey, yet again. We saw in reports last week that the availability of existing homes is improving, which is good news for buyers even as rising interest rates may slow things down a bit. However, just to

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What it means for you that CA records highest home appreciation rates since 2013

Listen up…or read up…if you are a California homeowner, you need to know that the median price of homes in Cali is up 34 percent! This is the highest recorded annual home appreciation rate since 2013.  What does this mean for you? If you are currently paying Mortgage Insurance as part of your monthly payment,

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We could see some increased volatility in rates and markets this week…

Mortgage rates again improved slightly last week, although volatility this week could lead to rates bouncing around a bit. According to the weekly survey put out by Freddie Mac, the average rate for a 30-year fixed rate mortgage fell by .04 percent.  Keep in mind that rates on average are still about .25 percent lower

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Housing Market Expecting Brisk Spring Home Buying Season, Despite Rates

Mortgage rates continued to inch higher last week according to Freddie Mac’s weekly survey of rates. We expect to see this trend continue as the yield on the 10-year Treasury bill moves higher as well. Despite rates moving a little higher, the housing market continues to be red hot and experts are predicting a brisk

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Housing Outlook

Outlook for Housing & Mortgage Market for 2018

Interested to know what’s expected for the new year in terms of real estate and mortgage rates? Me too! I’ve been reading up on what the experts I respect see happening in the new year and one foundational theme I’m seeing is that we could see some shifting and changing in housing and mortgages in

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