Archive for month: July, 2016

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Historically Low Rates Continue To Increase

Mortgage rates slowly continue to creep up but that’s not discouraging borrowers from purchasing homes. In fact, due to historically low mortgage rates, home sales are increasing at a pace we haven’t seen since 2008. According to data, the 30-year fixed- rate mortgage increased to 3.48% from last week’s 3.45%, and the 15-year fixed- rate mortgage […]

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Is It Time For Back To School Shopping Already? Let’s Hear It For Tax Free Weekends

Summer break is quickly coming to an end and kids are begrudgingly preparing to head back to school, which only means one thing; its back to school shopping season! Fortunately for some, many states offer tax free weekends on school supplies, clothing, shoes and more. We’ve got the list below! Chart courtesy of https://dealnews.com/features/when-are-state-tax-free-weekends/ State […]

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Refinance Applications Drop As Purchase Applications Rise

The post-Brexit refinance frenzy seems to have leveled off, but that doesn’t mean borrowers aren’t taking advantage of current low rates; purchase applications have started to see an increase. According to data, refinance applications fell by 1% this week after seeing an increase of 24% over the past 4 weeks, while purchase applications saw a 23% […]

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Things To Do Before Heading Out On Vacation

Vacation season is finally here and families are making travel plans to pack up and get away for quality time with the family. Getting away for a few weeks during the summer is an excellent way to relax and recharge, but don’t forget to take these steps before leaving your home. Have peace of mind […]

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