There is a new mortgage refinance strategy that is making some big waves in light of historically low interest rates. You’ve heard of rate and term refinances and cash-out refinances, but ROI or Return On Investment Refinances have arrived, and we’ve got a short video that will break it all down for you.
Real Estate Updates
The coronavirus outbreak has been dragging on in the U.S. for almost two months at this point. To respond to the financial crisis that is resulting from COVID-19, state and local governments across the country began implementing a variety of policies to keep people from losing their homes.
The CARES Act recently passed by the U.S. Congress provides a number of economic relief factors to Americans. One that has not received a lot of attention yet is how CARES can affect your retirement accounts.
In this video, DFY CEO Steve Earl covers 10 updates and tips to make sure you know what’s happening with interest rates, investment markets, anticipated inflation, and tenant eviction, and things you need to consider and prepare for in the next few weeks as the world we live in continues to change, evolve, and react to COVID-19.
Even if prices take a little hit, with the seller’s market potentially evaporating, it may be one of the best times in recent history to jump in and expand your portfolio according to industry experts.
Would you be surprised if I told you that according to industry experts, right now may be the PERFECT time to invest in real estate?
We describe what a buyer’s market and a seller’s market is and the differences between the two. Any questions? Please feel free to ask us here!
According to recent data compiled by Black Knight (a property analytics firm), and as cited this week by Forbes.com, over 50% of Americans and more than 80% of 2018 mortgages could save big with a mortgage refinance right now.
Now is the time to take advantage of lower rates and to make you are buying your next investment ASAP so that you can benefit from the appreciation increases.
According to Freddie Mac, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rate average fell to 3.55% from 3.6% which turns out to be the lowest number since November of 2016.
Using physical assets, such as real estate, to guard against market volatility is something we have been talking about for over a decade. Luckily, DFY can help you protect yourself from the recession.
Click here to learn more on how the crisis in the bond markets overseas will affect pension funds and real estate investing here in the states.