We’ve seen interest rates roughly double from the historically low rates in early 2022, so what about 2023 and beyond. Is there a light at the end of the tunnel?
Inflation is on the minds of economists everywhere. It affects those of us in the housing industry because of actions taken to curb it, specifically interest rate hikes. When you have a fixed rate of return on an investment like Mortgage Bonds, inflation limits the investors’ buying power due to increased prices. The investor wants […]
Media headlines tend to paint a picture that suggests we're on track for disaster. Yes, it’s true, foreclosures have increased by 150% over the course of this current six-month period, but as we all know the media can spin that info into a housing collapse which the facts do not bear out.
It seems like every day there's a news story about how the housing market is declining.MBS Highway knows better. Their latest survey shows that despite what you're reading in all those newspapers and online articles - homes are still worth buying.
Explaining Friday's Consumer Price Index Report, what the Fed is doing in response, and what this means for mortgage rates.