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Treasury and Mortgage Rate Spread Widens in July

The month of July witnessed a sustained downward trend in the 10-year U.S. Treasury, as it dipped below 0.6%. Despite the downward trend of Treasuries, which are a proxy measure of the risk-free rate that the government offers on debt, mortgage rates through July did not decrease proportionately. The spread between the 10-year

Treasury and Mortgage Rate Spread Widens in July2020-08-04T18:57:00+00:00

Welcome to Content Marketing Unlocked: Your Free Blogging Course

Blogging is so effective that there are over a billion blogs on the web. Just think about that… that’s roughly 1 blog for every 7 people. Sure, we don’t really need any more blogs, but people still create them because they can be such effective marketing channels. And best of all, unlike social

Welcome to Content Marketing Unlocked: Your Free Blogging Course2020-08-04T18:44:46+00:00

Multiple Offers For Homes on the Market Are Becoming More Common

An earlier post revealed that 59% of buyers who were actively engaged in the process of finding a home in the second quarter of 2020 have spent upwards of 3 months searching for a home without success. Although the top reason long-time searchers haven’t pulled the trigger continues to be the inability to

Multiple Offers For Homes on the Market Are Becoming More Common2020-08-02T18:55:56+00:00

June Personal Income Declined 1.1%

The most recent data release from the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) showed that personal income decreased in June to a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of $19,880 billion. It dropped 1.1% in June, after a 4.4% decline in May. This decrease in personal income largely came from the decline in government social

June Personal Income Declined 1.1%2020-07-31T18:53:39+00:00

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