“Buying a home, for most people, is the biggest financial decision of their lives. I am honored and humbled every single time someone trusts me to guide them through this milestone.” — Holly Walther, The Holly Walther Lending Team
Economists with the Mortgage Bankers Association predict mortgage rates will remain low for the next couple of years, though there is at least one scenario under which they could rise more quickly.
Both the way appraisers approach their work and the adoption of AVMs and other technology-based valuations will likely see major changes in the coming years, according to experts.
Some homeowners worry that, after a few months of forbearance, they’ll be required to pay everything they owe upfront, in one lump sum.
A new Marcus & Millichap report calls on multifamily owners and operators to implement a 90-day moratorium on evictions.
NAR chief economist tells the Atlanta Realtors Association that housing and Georgia are well positioned to recover from recession.
Small business owners could help keep their businesses running through a combination of Paycheck Protection Program loans and private loans.
But beware of the busy times: Customer satisfaction rates drop when loan volume increases.
Today more than ever, as millennials are delaying marriage and homeownership remains the American dream, agents are guiding non-traditional buyers through the transaction process. Whether it’s unmarried couples, friends or relatives investing in a property together, agents can add