Tag Archive: interest rates

Is it time to worry about inflation?

Inflation is now on the front burner, an actual worry in some quarters. But is it a real concern or little more than a myth with great energy and lots of hype?

Why Investors Can’t Find Bank Owned Properties Or REOs In The Midst of a Pandemic

Investors have always liked bank-owned properties or REOs — real estate owned by lenders and insurance programs. That’s because REOs often represent attractive investment opportunities, properties that lenders and insurance companies really want to dump. Given the pandemic economy you… Read More »

What happens with the Fed after the election?

With all eyes focused on the presidential election there’s been little attention paid to the Federal Reserve and its make-up. The intersection with the presidency is close, especially for whoever takes office in January. The new president will have an… Read More »

Presidential Vote Winner to Face Big Real Estate & Mortgage Issues in 2021

The election season is in full swing and the outcome for one side or the other is hardly assured. What’s certain is that big problems will be in place after the Inauguration regardless of who wins. How will the winner… Read More »

Debt Shakes The World Economy — And Mortgage Rates

The world’s financial markets — and thus the world — have watched with some horror as things have recently gone very wrong in Greece, Puerto Rico and China. One very real possibility that could emerge from these events is that… Read More »

Why The Fed Fears Higher Interest Rates

If you’re wondering what Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said about interest rates the other day you’re not alone. Is she saying the Fed will move to raise interest rates by June or is she saying the Fed will hold… Read More »

Will Mortgage Rates Fall In 2015?

Mortgage rates are supposed to rise in 2015, at least that’s the prediction from the housing industry. According to real estate brokers, mortgage lenders and home builders the cost to finance a new loan is likely to hit 5 percent… Read More »

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