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The Mortgage Bankers Association announced in late February that housing is poised for stronger growth in 2015. Yet mortgage interest rates remain low. Should you lock in a rate now or see what happens? That depends on your tolerance for risk. Despite a positive outlook for the economy, r...
Home purchases among single people are a growing trend, as buyers take advantage of low rates and available funds to transition from renting to homeownership. And by and large, those singles are not men. "A few decades ago, a single woman buying real estate on her own was a rarity. Bef...
National average 30-year fixed rate mortgage interest rates have been under five percent for over five years. They should stay low forever, right? Economists predict that the soaring economy, improved job outlook and ebullient consumer confidence will cause the Federal Reserve to start raisin...
The National Association of REALTORS® has announced that there's a housing supply shortage. Homes are selling quickly and home prices are starting to inch up again. It's becoming a seller's market in many areas. Any time the market changes, it's time to change strategies. During a buyer's market...