Monthly Archives: November 2016


Balancing the seesaw of home prices and mortgage interest rates.

If you look at data for the housing market over time, you’ll notice that home prices and mortgage interest rates usually work like they’re on opposite ends of a seesaw. Typically, when mortgage interest rates are at their lowest, it usually means home prices are on a steady incline to towards their peak. And when […]

12 Ways President Trump may impact real estate, housing and mortgages.

Eight years ago during the 2008 Presidential race, the housing market was a huge topic for debate, as the nation was in the midst of a real estate and mortgage market collapse and Great Recession. How much things have changed since then, as real estate, mortgages and housing was barely ever mentioned on the 2016 […]