The forecast for interest rates is still low, reinforced by new information from the Federal Reserve
by Lou Barnes | Oct 11
US economy and housing are resilient
by Lou Barnes | Sep 20
The European Central Bank's move to stimulate the European economy set President Trump into a tizzy. Here's why his tweets don't make any sense
by Lou Barnes | Sep 13
Trade creates specialization, efficiency, product improvement and low cost
by Lou Barnes | Sep 3
Yield curves predicting recessions did so historically and will again at the end of Fed overshoots. The Fed has done no such thing this time
by Lou Barnes | Aug 19
Interest rates will stay between 2.25% and 2.5%, thanks to a healthy economy
by Marian McPherson | Jan 30
Five agencies this week called on lenders to adopt new techniques to root out illicit financial activities
by Lew Sichelman | Dec 4
Although we assume a direct correlation, AlphaFlow’s Ray Sturm thinks the answer is more complicated
An old friend used to say that the Fed’s job was to carry an immensely valuable crystal orb balanced on a flat silver tray without edges, while refereeing a hockey game
by Lou Barnes | May 4
Homeowners aren't selling, and the prospect of rising rates could encourage them to 'lock-in' and stay put
by Lew Sichelman | Jan 16
The Fed and its history make for an interesting series of events that lead us to where we are today
by Lou Barnes | Oct 20
Many people expect mortgage rates to provoke a decline in property prices
by George Kachmazov | Jun 8
Add that extra value to convert clients
by Bernice Ross | Dec 5
New research from Trulia indicates that would-be buyers are facing affordability problems
by Marian McPherson | Oct 20
Low inventory is of greater concern than the possibility of rising interest rates, a new survey from Harris Poll and Trulia reveals
by Marian McPherson | Jun 15