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Best #MortgageLender for You? How to Find Your Match! #RealEstate #MortgageLoan #Boston #Massachusetts

April 22nd, 2019 | Real Estate News

Who’s the Best Mortgage Lender for You? How to Find Your Match Most house hunts involve not only finding your dream home, but also selecting the best mortgage lender to finance this massive purchase. So what do we mean by “best”? A mortgage with a low interest rate and fees, obviously, but it’s more than […]

Glass Facade Install Continues for #Hub50House at #TheHub on Causeway #Boston #Massachusetts

April 22nd, 2019 | Real Estate News

Glass Facade Install Continues for Hub50House at The Hub on Causeway in the Bulfinch Triangle Boston Massachusetts   – https://mailchi.mp/bldup/glass-facade-install-continues-for-hub50house-at-the-hub-on-causeway […]

Why Your Job Is Paying Attention to Their Jobs #MortgageMarket #RealEstate #Mortgage #MortgageBroker

April 19th, 2019 | Real Estate News

Why Your Job Is Paying Attention to Their Jobs Take a look at the new article “Why Your Job Is Paying Attention to Their Jobs” from Dick Lepre of RPM Mortgage, where he explores the impact of a local employment situation on a region’s mortgage market. #mortgages #mortgagebroker Loan originators and real estate salespeople often […]

Big #Banks May Be Getting out of the #RealEstate #Mortgage Loan Business

April 18th, 2019 | Real Estate News

Mortgages? Big Banks May Be Throwing In the Towel You can kiss George Bailey’s mortgage market goodbye. As the small-town banker in Frank Capra’s “It’s a Wonderful Life,” Bailey epitomized an old-fashioned world in which bankers know every borrower personally. In the mortgage market of 2019, borrowers can do just about everything online, never meeting […]

Take a Crash Course in #CapRates #MortgageLoans

April 17th, 2019 | Real Estate News

Take a Crash Course in Cap Rates Have you read “Take a Crash Course in Cap Rates,” by Stephen A. Sobin yet? Select Commercial Funding LLC #mortgagerates #mortgagebrokers The capitalization rate, or cap rate, of a commercial property is a fundamental metric for evaluating the value of commercial real estate, but how many mortgage brokers […]

Deadly #RealEstate #HomeMortgage Mistakes to Avoid If #Self-Employed #Massachusetts

April 10th, 2019 | Real Estate News

3 Deadly Mortgage Mistakes to Avoid If You’re Self-Employed Love being your own boss? Unfortunately, you might not love the process of applying for a mortgage when you’re self-employed. Of course, you won’t be alone: The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the number of self-employed workers in the U.S. will climb to 10.3 million by […]

Boston Mayor Walsh Commits $20.6 Million to Support Housing Efforts

April 7th, 2019 | Real Estate News

BOSTON – Building on his commitment to expanding access to affordable housing opportunities and combating chronic homelessness in Boston, Mayor Martin J. Walsh  announced $20.6 million in City funds to support housing efforts as part of the Mayor’s Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) operating budget proposal. The City investments to sustain and expand its housing goals […]

Super Low Rates Had a Big Impact, But Now They’re Moving Back Up #RealEstate #MortgageRates #MortgageLoans

April 5th, 2019 | Real Estate News
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Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchMortgage rates resumed a week-long move higher today, bringing them to the highest levels since March 19th or 20th, depending on the lender. Between now and then, they’d fallen abruptly to the best levels in more than 15 months. The improvements were meaningful enough to draw out refinance applicants in droves […]

What Is Antebellum Architecture? A Design Style With Classical and Controversial Roots

April 5th, 2019 | Real Estate News

What is antebellum architecture? It’s a term used to characterize a style of grand residences largely found in the Southern United States, especially the Deep South, built in the 19th century. As grandiose as these intricately designed homes are, their magnificence has deep and controversial roots in slavery. Here’s a look at these extravagant homes, […]

Drop in #Boston #Massachusetts #RealEstate bidding wars is the steepest in the country #RealEstateAttorney #ClosingAttorney

March 30th, 2019 | Real Estate News

Redfin: Boston’s drop in bidding wars is the steepest in the country In the last few weeks, no U.S. city has shown a steeper decline in the percentage of buyers who’ve faced competition when bidding for a home than Boston. That’s per a new study by Redfin, which compares the percentage of buyers who faced […]

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