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What Real Estate Investors Are Bracing for Through Year-End
September 16, 2016

Global capital markets volatility, a continued low interest rate environment and increased financial regulation are just some of the pressures real estate investors are facing at this point in the cycle, prompting strategy tweaks with a renewed focus on capital preservation. “Financing was harder to get this year and will continue to be tricky in […] read more

Category: Economic

The New Mortgage Rules: Texans, Saddle Up for Some Big Changes
October 6, 2015

New mortgage rules go into effect October 3, 2015. Find out how they effect you and how you can best be prepared before you go looking for a new home. ENICA JORDANSEP 21, 2015 Sometimes watching clients go through the mortgage process is like being a spectator at a rodeo. It’s a competitive sport that […] read more

Category: Bank Services, Money Management

Money tips from history's richest man
August 18, 2015

Warren Buffett and Bill Gates have nothing on Jacob Fugger, a German financier during the Renaissance who monopolized the silver business, became the banker of kings, convinced the papacy to legalize moneylending and paved the way for today’s bond market. At the height of his career in the 16th century, Fugger (rhymes with “cougar”) accumulated […] read more

Category: Money Management

Investor Intel
July 30, 2015

July began with a bang, as the big question was whether or not Greece would leave the Euro (it did not). Then there was China’s impending 1929 and Puerto Rico needing a bankruptcy lifeline, news which sent investors fleeing to safety in the U.S. bond market. With so much turmoil overseas, demand in May for U.S. exports fell $1.5 billion, or 0.8 percent. Another big […] read more

Category: Economic, Money Management, Property Management

What Gay Marriage Ruling Means for Mortgages
July 7, 2015

The Supreme Court decision making same-sex marriage legal nationwide could boost mortgage demand as it provides gay and lesbian couples with more financing opportunities and stronger joint property rights. “In the short run, it will increase demand for loans because more couples are going to get married,” said Shoshana Grossbard, an economics professor at San […] read more

Category: Money Management