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Weekly Mortgage Newsletter August 1, 2022

Weekly Mortgage Newsletter August 1, 2022

Newsletter - 8/1/2022   Week of July 25, 2022 in Review The last week of July was jam-packed with news, including a Fed rate hike, hot inflation numbers, crucial housing data and a negative reading for second quarter GDP. Here are the key headlines: -Fed

Aug 01, 2022 |

Weekly Mortgage Newsletter July 25th 2022

Weekly Mortgage Newsletter July 25th 2022

    Newsletter - 7/25/2022 Week of July 18, 2022 in Review The latest housing data shows that while homebuyer activity may be slowing, demand remains strong. Meanwhile, homebuilders continue to face a backlog and Jobless Claims are on the rise. Here’s wh

Jul 25, 2022 |

Weekly Mortgage Newsletter July 18th 2022

Weekly Mortgage Newsletter July 18th 2022

Week of July 11, 2022 in Review Inflation continues to soar on the consumer and wholesale levels while there are more signs that our economy is slowing. Here are last week’s key stories: -Consumer Inflation Remains Blistering Hot -Producer Inflation Also

Jul 18, 2022 |

Weekly Mortgage Newsletter 7/11/2022

Weekly Mortgage Newsletter 7/11/2022

Newsletter - 7/11/2022 Week of July 4, 2022 in Review The Jobs Report for June appeared strong on the surface, but that’s not the whole story. Plus, annual home price appreciation remained over 20% in May. Here’s what you need to know:  -  A Tale

Jul 11, 2022 |

Weekly Mortgage Newsletter Tuesday July 5th, 2022

Weekly Mortgage Newsletter Tuesday July 5th, 2022

Newsletter - 7/5/2022 Week of June 27, 2022 in Review Consumer inflation remained near a 40-year high and home purchase activity stayed strong in May. Home prices also continued to rise in April. And with first quarter GDP reported at -1.6%, May’s lower

Jul 05, 2022 |

Housing Information

Housing Information

The media continues to spread doom and gloom about the housing market, reporting that a bubble may be ahead as demand wanes due to rising rates and rising prices. However, a look at recent data shows that demand remains strong, and that there’s more to th

Jun 30, 2022 |