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Getting a Mortgage – Should You Pay Discount Points?

The low mortgage interest rates that you find online or in the newspaper aren’t necessarily what you’ll pay when you apply for a loan. Why? Because banks will charge you “discount” points to get the best rate, which adds to … Continue reading

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Why This Fed Rate Increase Shouldn’t Change Your Plans to Buy or Sell Real Estate

The Fed just increased it’s benchmark interest rate. Like most people, you’re probably wondering just what this means if you’re thinking about buying or selling a home. Or getting a new mortgage. We turned to one of our mortgage partners, … Continue reading

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Interest Rates On The Rise: What’s The Next Move?

 As the Federal Reserve continues to taper quantitative easing  measures, financial experts project mortgage interest rates will  climb in the next two years. Could this be the much awaited ray of light at the end of the proverbial tunnel for … Continue reading

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