For the longest time, even prior to the pandemic, millennials – the age group between 25 and 40 – put off buying a home because they were burdened with student
There’s something so satisfying about buying a newly built house that no one else has ever called home. New homes offer a lot of benefits over existing construction like efficiency,
There are many reasons why veterans and members of the armed forces move to the Greater Dallas Metro, like a thriving job market, low state taxes, and it is home
If you are a landlord in the Greater Dallas Metro area, you are on the receiving end of some very good news. According to the March 2021 Dallas Rent Report,
To refinance or not to refinance? There is no single answer to that question because every homeowner’s ‘is it worth it?’ is unique. With historically low interest rates in 2020,
Historic low rates mean mortgage activity continues to boom
The home buying and refinance boom isn’t likely to dip any time soon, thanks to historic low mortgage rates. According to the
The coronavirus pandemic, a potential stimulus, and several other economic and political factors will all have the power to influence the mortgage market in the coming weeks. Let’s take a
In this week’s mortgage rate summary, we’ll touch on the MBS market movements, their effect on volatility, and how COVID-19’s impact on the world is shaping the mortgage market.
The rate of forbearances (delaying the repayment of mortgage loans) are dropping, according to recent data released by Black Knight and Housing Wire.
HousingWire’s Kathleen Howley cites Black Knight in reporting
With the exception of the stock market, sometimes it’s good news when the numbers go down. According to the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), the number of mortgages in forbearance fell