All Posts Tagged: mortgage

Numbers Count: Rising rents may create new opportunities

Chad Royle
Posted by Chad Royle
Mortgage Banking
View of woman in her window of a high-rise apartment building, with nearby buildings reflected in front of her.

Here’s my take on the key numbers on the housing market this week.

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U.S. Outlook: Replacing liftoff with gradual levitation

Scott Anderson
Chief Economist
Graph laying out the interest rate forecasts into next year.

While I still believe the FOMC will raise interest rates for the first time in December 2015, I expect long pauses before each successive move upward.

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Numbers Count: Mortgage applications surge in early October

Chad Royle
Posted by Chad Royle
Mortgage Banking
Rear view of young couple with baby outdoors looking at a new house.

Here’s my take on the key numbers on the housing market this week.

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Numbers Count: Choice of new home vs. existing home

Chad Royle
Posted by Chad Royle
Mortgage Banking
House painter on a ladder painting the shutters on 2nd-floor window of a new grey house.

Here’s my take on the key numbers on the housing market this week.

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