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  1. What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – September 17th, 2018 — September 17, 2018
  2. Creative Storage Tips When Downsizing Your Home — September 14, 2018
  3. 4 Things You Should Know About Conventional Mortgage Rates — September 13, 2018
  4. Does Private Mortgage Insurance Make Sense For You? — September 12, 2018
  5. New Home Construction Boom Expected — September 11, 2018

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Sep 17

What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – September 17th, 2018

Last week’s economic news included readings on consumer credit, inflation and consumer sentiment. Weekly readings on mortgage rates and first-time jobless claims were also released. Fed Reports Consumer Credit Jumps in July The Federal Reserve reported that consumer credit rose from $9 billion in June to $17 billion in July. Analysts said a majority of …

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Sep 14

Creative Storage Tips When Downsizing Your Home

Downsizing at any stage of life can offer multiple benefits. Less square footage may come with a smaller price tag and usually means less space to clean. However, when downsizing a home, there’s usually the question of what to do with everything. That’s when creative storage ideas become essential. Before Downsizing, Take Stock Before selecting …

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Sep 13

4 Things You Should Know About Conventional Mortgage Rates

Securing the best conventional mortgage rate possible can pose a challenge for even veteran property buyers. Your mortgage rate will be determined by a variety of factors that pertain to your unique financial portfolio as well as economic forces. While no one has full control over all of the things that influence the process, understanding …

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Sep 12

Does Private Mortgage Insurance Make Sense For You?

If you are reading this article, it’s entirely possible that you are considering buying a home. It’s also likely that you are weighing certain financial options between a sizable down payment or taking on the expense of mortgage insurance. It’s important to understand that private mortgage insurance (PMI) helps mitigate the lender’s risk. It has …

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Sep 11

New Home Construction Boom Expected

The housing market has been trending in a positive direction and economic indicators point to new home construction going vertical. Following the housing bubble and sluggish post-recession economy, construction companies largely turned their attention away from new homes. Diminished values, high regulatory and materials costs served as deterrents to home-building. But the economic revival the …

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Sep 10

What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – September 10th, 2018

Last week’s economic news included readings on construction spending, along with public and private-sector jobs growth. The national unemployment rate, weekly reports on mortgage rates and new jobless claims were also released. Construction Spending Rises in July July construction spending ticked up to 0.10 percent from June’s negative reading of -0.80 percent. Year-over-year, construction spending …

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Sep 07

Plant Now For Spring Beauty – Planting

While the weather is still pleasant this fall, it can be a good idea to plan ahead for early spring blooms. Trim shrubbery, plant bulbs, install new edging or add whimsical garden accessories to assure that when spring rolls around you’ll have something attractive to look at. Getting creative now will boost your spirits when …

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Sep 06

Buying A Home? Take Stock Of These Things

What are some of the most important factors that buyers take into consideration when looking for a new home? There are the obvious things like price, square footage, location and lot size. Those are the basics. Other things that are often weighed are garage size, how updated the kitchen and baths are and whether or …

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Sep 05

Millennial Home Buyers: What You Need To Know

In the past, you’ve likely read about how the Millennial generation is opting to rent rather than buy property. While this still holds true for many Millennials, the fact is that a growing number of this generation is making the leap into buying. In fact, according to Inc., Millennials today represent the largest demographic of …

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Sep 04

What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – September 4th, 2018

Last week’s economic releases included readings from Case-Shiller on home prices, pending home sales and consumer sentiment. Weekly readings on mortgage rates and first-time jobless claims were also released. Case-Shiller: Home Price Growth, Pending Home Sales Dip Home price growth slowed in June according to Case-Shiller’s national home price index. Home prices rose 0.30 percent …

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