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Why The NASDAQ Impacts Homebuying So Much

After the 2008 meltdown, a borrower told me how sad she and her husband were because they lost $250,000. They bought their home in the 1990s for $300,000 and watched it appreciate to $1 million by 2006ish. Interestingly, they pulled cash out every 18 months to buy boats, jet skis, new cars, and vacations.Read More

Stock Market Corrections, Real Estate & Mortgages

The stock market has been particularly volatile lately, and there are many predictions of another large “correction” that could come any day now. Here are a few considerations in regard to a stock market correction, at least as they relate to real estate and mortgages. A stock market “correction” is defined by The Motley Fool […]Read More