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  • Strong Signal Fed Dot Chart Points to Lower Mortgage Rates 2024

    The Dot Chart Points to Record-Breaking Drop in Rates The Federal Reserve’s Dot Plot, which is a graph that appears four times a year in economic projections released by the Fed, had a significant impact on rates this week. The dot plot provides valuable insight…

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  • Experts predict Lower Mortgage Rates 2024

    Experts are predicting lower mortgage rates for 2004: National Association of Realtors chief economist Lawrence Yun. “Mortgage rates look to head towards 7% in a few months and into the 6% range by the spring of 2024.”According to Yun, he believes that the peak in interest…

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  • 8 Tips for Making a Strong Offer in a Low Inventory Market in 2023

      1. In Low Inventory Market Pre-Approval is a game-changing difference. Pre-qualification determines how much you can borrow for a home loan. It can be done on the phone with a mortgage broker and doesn’t require verification of employment and assets. The loan officer usually…

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  • What Past Recessions Tell Us About the Housing Market

    Do recessions affect the housing market? One can gain some insight into the current housing market when looking at the 6 past housing recessions that can shed some light on what may be instore in today’s housing market moving forward. It doesn’t matter if you’re…

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  • Buying Your First Home: Why Work With a Real Estate Agent?

    Are you a first time buyer searching for your first home? Wondering whether you need a real estate agent? Find out how a real estate agent can help here Are you planning to enter the property market for the first time and buy your own…

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