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That’s a regular occurrence for mortgage professionals. The media commonly report interest rates based on the prior week’s Freddie Mac average. Meanwhile, the loan officer receives up-to-the-minute information. The two often conflict.
Financial markets are fickle and prone to sudden reversals. While the previous week’s average can be indicative of a longer trend, it’s rarely an accurate reflection of the present.
A proper consultation with a mortgage professional will provide you solid information and a quote that reflects both the current rate and the specifics of your situation. I’m happy to assist you in learning what is really available right now and determining a strategy to take advantage of it.
Have you been told getting a home loan is impossible? Have you waited out the market while saving for a down payment, only now to see rates and values rising faster than you can save?
Challenges can always exist, yet we’ve erased quite a few “IMs” in our day, and we’d be happy to attempt the same for you. In fact, you may be more ready than you think.
All it takes is a phone call and review to find out. Reach out and let’s see what might be possible for you today.
I have Michael J. Maher, Author, Speaker, Trainer, to thank for this one.
It’s Not as Daring as You Might Think.
For a while, many people were challenging the value of owning a home.
In the midst of the “financial crisis,” some used history instead of the headlines as a guide for purchase decisions. They have now been duly rewarded.
But not everyone was ready to take advantage of the opportunities when uncertainty was at its peak. Those who waited are likely to create increased demand for homes, and values are likely to continue moving higher.
Most recent home buyers have already seen the value of their properties rise and are safely locked in with rates that reached record lows.
If you’re thinking about your next move, rates are still low and affordability has rarely been better. This combination is tough to beat and will not last forever.
Let me know when you’re ready to jump, and I’ll be there to help you land safely on the other side.
Fifty-six percent of all potential home buyers—those who want to buy a home within the next 24 months—say they’re waiting to purchase because they fear being rejected by lenders.
It is our job, as lenders, and educators, to prove these numbers wrong!
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