Jesse Collins
3 years ago

Dissecting the FOMC  Statement At today’s meeting, the FOMC voted to end its bond purchase program known as quantitative easing, which was first implemented nearly six years ago in response to the financial crisis of 2008. The decision did not really come as a surprise, as the Fed has been scaling back its purchases for
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Robert Cohan
3 years ago

Trying to decide between a fixed-rate and an adjustable-rate mortgage? Knowing the right questions to ask your lender can simplify this decision for your next purchase or refinance loan. Understanding the differences between fixed rate mortgage and adjustable rate mortgage Before you make a decision, be certain you understand the particulars of each type of mortgage
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Sereyna Avila
3 years ago

Carlyle Financial mortgage banker Jesse Collins shares his thoughts on interest rate trends for 2014 in an article featured on personal finance site GOBankingRates. Excerpt below, and you can read the entire article by Casey Bond here. Interest rates are keeping consumers in a state of limbo that’s lasted more than six years. The first half of
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Sereyna Avila
3 years ago

Is a refinance right for you? In our interview with Southern California Homes – “Expert Advice On Refinancing Your Home Loan” – Jesse Collins explores refinance loans and discusses what homeowners should know. Excerpt below and view the entire article  here. —— What does it mean when you refinance a home loan? Refinancing means that you
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Jesse Collins
4 years ago

After your mortgage loan is approved, it can take 4 – 8 weeks for closing. What makes mortgage approval process so long? There are a variety of hurdles. Some lenders aren’t efficient about closings or neglect to keep you informed about what they need. While you can’t affect your lender’s efficiency, you can play a
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Robert Cohan
4 years ago

Carlyle Financial founder Robert Cohan discusses the recent influx of homebuyers in an article featured on Investors.com.  Read the excerpt below, and view the entire article here. IMAGE CAPTION: Home prices continue to rise as inventory levels remain low, but most experts don’t see a bubble brewing. Pictured is a home in Indianapolis on April 9,
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