CDC Eviction Ban Ends, What Comes Next?
Foreclosure Trends | 4 min read
CDC Eviction Ban Ends, What Comes Next? The Supreme Court has spoken, and the CDC’s nationwide eviction moratorium is over. And while this
Is it time to worry about inflation?
Mortgage & Finance | 4 min read
Is it time to worry about inflation? Inflation is now on the front burner, an actual worry in some quarters. But is it a real concern or
Will real estate taxes change with a new Congress?
Home Prices & Sales | 4 min read
Will real estate taxes change with a new Congress? Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA) several benefits long associated with residential rea
Who will help the renters? And the landlords?
Mortgage & Finance | 5 min read
Who will help the renters? And the landlords? America will choose a new President and other leaders in the coming week and whoever is elected will
Housing: What Might Change If Biden Wins
Mortgage & Finance | 4 min read
Housing: What Might Change If Biden Wins In the battle of Biden vs. Trump a lot of settled and not-so-settled housing sector rules and doctri
Will mortgage rates remain stable for the next few years?
Mortgage & Finance | 4 min read
Will mortgage rates remain stable for the next few years? Have we entered a new mortgage financing era, a time when rates are largely stable and only move wit
Massive real estate equity cushion creates big investor opportunity
Mortgage & Finance | 4 min read
Massive real estate equity cushion creates big investor opportunity There’s little doubt that the COVID-19 virus has reshaped the economy and that the pandemic
Mortgages: What If There’s A Lender Shortage?
Mortgage & Finance | 7 min read
Mortgages: What If There’s A Lender Shortage? The usual assumption when getting a mortgage is that there are a ton of lenders out there fighting f
New Fannie Mortgage Recognizes It Takes a Village for Some Homebuyers to Qualify
Mortgage & Finance | 5 min read
New Fannie Mortgage Recognizes It Takes a Village for Some Homebuyers to Qualify A new mortgage product will be available to borrowers later this year, one which represents the firs