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Old 08-07-2019, 10:27 PM
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Trump’s China tariffs was the bomb nobody expected

Market’s knee jerk reaction was good for rates

If you’ve been on the fence about a refi, probably time to get off

If you’ve been prequalified to buy a home in the last six months, you might be pleasantly surprised when I tell you how much your payments will be now

PM me for a no cost, no obligation number crunch
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Old 08-15-2019, 9:25 PM
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Default Is a Recession Coming?

All this talk about inverted yield curves and such has the markets spooked about a recession.

Came across this article on fortune.com and found the mortgage piece interesting:

When the Next Recession Hits, 4 Good Things Could Happen


from the article:

"Over the past five recessions, mortgage rates have fallen an average of 1.8 percentage points from the peak seen during the recession to the trough. And in many cases, they continued to fall after the fact as it takes some time to turn things around even when the recession is technically over.

Mortgage rates don’t have nearly as far to fall as they did in the past since the starting point is so much lower today. But even a little weakness in economic activity can send rates plunging."


It may or may not be the perfect time for you to refinance or buy a house right now, but it wouldn't hurt to check.

PM me and I'll let you know if it is a good time now or what you need to do to get ready so when the time is right you can pull the trigger

No cost, no obligation, no annoying follow up, and no sales pitch.

I'll just crunch some numbers for you so you know where you stand
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Old 09-06-2019, 4:01 PM
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Just finished helping another calguner take advantage of low rates with a refi.

One of the things I pride myself on is the streamlined process that my team and I have in place.

This one was 18 days from submitting the application to underwriting until closing.

Quick but not rushed, and you'll know exactly what is going on the whole time

PM me for a no cost, no obligation Home Loan Report to see if a refi pencils out for you.

Worst that will happen is I'll let you know you are in good shape and don't need to change a thing

Cheers
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Old 09-06-2019, 6:56 PM
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And quick it was!!!

I can not recommend Micah enough. So many positive adjectives to say it would take me a while to finish. Quick, painless, seamless, hassle less, even effortless I would say.

Plain and simple, you have nothing to loose and a lot to win, at least for me that was the case. Extremely satisfied with my Refi

Top notch professional here gentlemen. Highly recommended.

I will be sitting outside on my patio tonight enjoying my favorite craft beer thinking how great of a deal I just got.
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Old 09-06-2019, 8:39 PM
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Old 09-09-2019, 8:10 PM
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interesting... i am looking to purchase in the near future. though i am in northern california.
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^ I can absolutely help you with the financing aspect as that is all done via email/text/phone and while I can't physically help you get into houses in Northern CA I can definitely connect you with a good agent

Best advice I can give is to get all your ducks in a row on the financing first, so when it comes time to get out and look at houses you know exactly where you stand on where you want the numbers to be for purchase price, down payment and monthly payment

I help people get the numbers figured out first, and then it is just a matter of finding the right house that matches the numbers.

PM when you're ready to start crunching some numbers, no cost, no obligation and no sales pitch
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