The pandemic landscape is never short on surprises. And if you are a renter or landlord, the back and forth on eviction moratoriums may have left you confused.
At the beginning
Rising materials costs, supply chain issues, and labor shortages have builders rising to the challenge to meet demand, but the industry has made a positive turn over the last couple
By now, most of us are used to riding out the highs and lows of the Texas real estate market – and it’s been mixed with both recently, specifically from
If you or your nearly grown offspring are looking for solid work, good money and a great future, look no further than the skilled trades. Why? Because the skilled trades
This week mortgage rates are looking fairly unchanged but high volatility could be on the horizon. Before we dive into our latest Mortgage Market Update, let’s review the basics of
Mortgage rates are never constant, and even if they remain fairly consistent, a variety of economic factors can sway them. In this week’s mortgage market update we look at how
When the Federal Reserve cuts rates, there is a reason for it. While there is no crystal ball, the Feds look for signs of a slowing economy and often hedge
In this week’s Mortgage Market Update, we’ll examine where rates are trending, where they’re likely to move in the next few days and what economic and political events are influencing
In this week’s Mortgage Market Update, we’ll look at how rates are trending and how they may be affected by the trade war and other current economic/political events. First however,
It may not be taking over yet, but it’s a trend. Boomers, tired of the maintenance of their large family homes, are downsizing and renting instead of staying put.
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