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A lot has been written lately about the future of mortgage rates and housing prices. Let's look at some data and figure out what it means for Real Estate Investors in Houston, particularly Fix and Flip or rental property investments.
Earlier in 2022, some industry experts put forth their forecasts as to the future of mortgage rates:
Jun 14, 2021 1:21:22 PM
Lumber has been in the headlines for some time now as we see its prices skyrocketing. Suppose you were thinking of starting construction in your new home or developing one for sale. In that case, you can't ignore the surge in lumber prices brought about by complex macroeconomic forces which were unduly complicated by the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, demand for lumber has exploded in the past year, and lumberyards and suppliers have struggled to keep up with demand.
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If you ever wondered what the difference is between the APY and the APR, here's all you need to know:
Dec 15, 2020 11:55:42 AM
Some people assumed that the pandemic would stop the real estate market in its tracks, but if anything, the complete opposite is true. Whether you're a realtor or interested in investment properties, business is booming and will likely continue the upswing well into 2021.
Houston is one of the hottest housing markets in the United States, and If you live here, you're not going to want to miss out on the current boom. Plenty of flippers and other types of investors are looking for a way to secure their next property, but some are coming up short on funds or not getting funded fast enough.
Nov 13, 2020 5:00:08 PM
With a robust real estate market in Houston, you may be thinking about purchasing a property as an investment. After all, home values reported in September 2020 are up in Houston by more than 11% year-over-year.
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During the Great Recession of 2008, millions of Americans lost their homes. The housing market collapsed, leaving the national economy in shambles.
Finger-pointing was common in the years to follow, but most financial experts can agree to one major cause: subprime mortgages.
Subprime loans are dangerous because they hide behind the pretense of helping low-income Americans.
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When looking for hard money loans in Houston, you'll realize that lending falls into two main categories: non-qualified mortgage and qualified mortgage loan. Although these loans provide lenders with much-need financial assistance, they're also different. Understanding the two types of loans is paramount when taking a mortgage. Continue reading for more information on how to select a loan that suits you.