Releasing into the Wild (May 20, 2020)

Several states are starting to their economies back up since the COVID-19 pandemic first started. In this week’s update, we discuss what that means for our industries and how we have already seen the country react.

A Little Optimism (April 30, 2020)

This week we continue to see changes in the mortgage industry, the housing industry, and the overall economy. It remains difficult to predict exactly what is coming next, especially as the country begins to open up in some states. Learn more about what continues to change and what most individuals expect to happen in this […]

Too Much to Handle (April 22, 2020)

So much has happened in the news lately that it is difficult to highlight just one story. From more forbearance news to what we can expect unemployment to do in upcoming weeks, we covered the most important things you need to know in this week’s video update. (And if you missed it- first watch our […]

What’s Going On? (April 15, 2020)

Over the past week, the economy and mortgage industry have seen multiple changes that many were not expecting. The biggest question right now remains: What we can expect to see over the next few weeks? In the video below we break down what has happened and what might happen next as a result. Our team […]

Housing and Forbearance (April 8, 2020)

This week the biggest unknowns we face include housing and mortgage forbearance. As a financial service company, our goal is to serve as a trusted resource to inform you and offer guidance as we venture into such uncharted territory. See below as we dive deeper into this week’s important topics. Housing Industry Over the last […]

Hopeful for Housing

With the current volatility of the market and uncertainty of how the industry will react, it is important to analyze data and understand what we are likely to face. Thankfully, past data shows that even in these dark times, the housing industry looks hopeful for the future. Check out this video for the current state […]

The Fed Saves Our Bacon

Last week the Fed committed $200 billion to buying mortgage-backed securities. They came out again last night and said they now plan on doing whatever it takes, which includes pumping in $50 billion each day this week. Watch the video below for more insight on what that means for the industry and rates over the […]

Fed cuts interest rates to 0% (March 16, 2020)

The Federal Reserve has cut interest rates to zero percent; however, this does not directly impact mortgage interest rates. Please watch the video for more context on refinancing and why we think we’ll see better interest rates in the future. If you would like for us to run a refinance analysis please submit your information […]