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Originally founded in 1934 as a credit union for teachers in Hillsborough County, Suncoast Credit Union has since expanded its territory and membership eligibility requirements while remaining a regional lender. Headquartered in the city of Tampa, Suncoast is now the largest credit union in Florida and provides mortgages to its many members in the Sunshine […]
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Dave Stevens discusses the psychology of this housing market and five things loan originators need to remember if they want to succeed now.
In this week’s founder interview, we’re bringing you Michael Lucarelli from RentSpree. Without further adoâ¦ Who are you and what do you do? I am the CEO and Co-Founder ofÂ RentSpree. My goal is to deliver technology to the underserved long-tail landlord segment of the residential…
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Homebuyer competition is fading fast in these key places across the country.
The average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rate decreased to 6.33% this week, down 16 basis points compared to the previous week, according to the latest Freddie Mac survey.
Looking to buy your first home? If so, youâre probably familiar with mortgage insurance and traditional home insurance. Just like car insurance or life insurance, traditional home insurance protects you from the what ifâs: unexpected home expenses due to fire, flood, natural disaster, and more. But as a homebuyer, traditional insurance isnât the only type
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Is real estate set to boom or is another bust imminent just a decade after the last housing crisis? Thereâs been a lot of chatter on both sides of the argument lately, so which one is it? We Should Be Booming, But We Aren’t? All the ingredients are in place for a housing boom Yet… Read More »Are We on the Verge of a Housing Boom or Bust?
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Affordability has improved in the mortgage market since December due to declines in mortgage rates and slower home price appreciation.