Does Housing Market Care About Impeachment?

It’s effectively impossible to read, watch, or listen to the news this week without the impeachment taking center stage.  While this sort of thing may be interesting to network news producers, it’s of almost no consequence to financial markets–let alone the housing and mortgage market. Granted, it would be a different story if there was a […]

Many Credible Sources Are Dead Wrong About Rates

The past 2 weeks have been fairly exciting in terms of interest rate volatility. This is the perfect environment for seemingly authoritative sources to get it dead wrong when it comes to telling you how rates are moving. Without naming names, let’s just say some very big players in the mortgage, real estate, and financial media markets […]

Lowest Rates in 14 Months And More Volatility Ahead

Mortgage rates dropped to new long term lows this week with the average lender at the best levels since January 2018. For the most part, we haven’t seen much volatility this year, but that could change soon. The absence of volatility is a factor of uncertainty, more than anything.  Sources of uncertainty include: Economic contraction […]

Mortgage Rates Highest in More Than a Week

by: Matthew Graham Oct 8 2015, 5:01PM Mortgage rates moved modestly higher today, depending on the lender. Once again, pricing strategies remained widely variable due to market volatility. When the trading prices of mortgage-backed-securities (MBS) changes enough during the day, lenders may reprice (i.e. change their currently-published rate sheets). Depending on the amount of movement […]

Now licensed in Idaho!

After our long wait with the Idaho Division of Banking, we have received our approval to lend in our neighbor to the north and south! We have a lot of customers with lending needs in Idaho. Up til now, we have helped to guide them to a suitable lender who can meet their financing needs. […]