MTG Rates make a huge difference to affordability

Monday, April 25

Here is an article from Fortune. https://www.newsbreak.com/news... The crux of the article is that rates have risen so fast so quickly that houses are costing a lot more.   Now keep in mind the Fed is looking to raise rates another 50 bps at the next hearing it is going to make even more of a dif...


Sell in May and Go Away

Tuesday, April 19

Stock investors are surely familiar with the adage, "Sell in May and Go Away" which basically states that Stocks underperform from May to October. I guess it goes back even further to Merchants in London, leaving to escape the heat. For the last couple of years there has been NO BREAK in the buyi...


I'm not heartless- BUT PLEASE HAVE PEOPLE PAY THEIR STUDENT LOANS

Wednesday, April 06

The student loan pause has been extended- AGAIN. Please stop!   Inflation is the biggest issue of today. How do we stop inflation?   Take money out of the economy. The Fed is Raising rates- and taking away the punch bowl The Fed is reducing their bond holdings- and private entities will pick up t...


The cure for high prices is High Prices- How to stop inflation

Wednesday, April 06

Inflation is on everyone's mind.  How do we stop it? Stop buying things. When you remove your demand from the market it serves to balance things out. Don't like high gas prices, Stay home!!!! Don't like high food prices, Eat less!!!! Consumerism is a problem in the US, and we need to stop buying ...


Lessons learned from being a Buyers Agent in a Sellers Market

Tuesday, April 05

I typically work with buyers.  This is something I enjoy since it allows me to be a teacher and Coach, which is what I was for my first 8 years out of college. As the market is shifting due to increased interest rates, and buyers are having a little more success here are some things that I have l...


Should I go to work, or just own a home?

Tuesday, April 05

This Article is amazing to me. https://drive.google.com/file/...If you lived in Boston and owned a home, on average you would have made more $ from the increase in equity of your home than from working. Home values rose $76,616 median pre tax income was $66,852 Simply put--- WOW