There are too few homes for sale today to meet the needs of buyers. Said another way, buyers far exceed sellers. This is causing housing prices to continually hit new all-time highs while simultaneously creating the most competitive real estate […]
It’s a tricky game predicting interest rate increases because they so often do not come about. However, because rates have increased over .5% over the last few months and because leading economist and mortgage strategist Barry Habib of MBS Highway […]
In economics there is a term known as a black swan event. These events are rare and seemingly spontaneous occurrences that have potentially severe consequences, often causing catastrophic damage to an economy. If we look back through history we can […]
Wrapping your head around the housing market can be confusing. So many news reports, so many opinions, and with home prices at or near all-time highs across most markets in the U.S., it can become difficult to make a decision. […]
Despite a slowing real estate market in the 4th quarter of 2018, housing prices in 2019 will surprise many due supply of existing home shortage and demand significantly stronger than most are projecting. Of the hundreds (maybe thousands) of data […]
It was the phone call I received from a young incoming resident physician whom had just been declined by another bank for his home loan (the day before he was supposed to close) that motivated me to write the book […]
Tune in to hear as Josh chats with Michael Schwartz and Alex Nosal and learn:
• What is financial balance?
• How do I get financially coordinated?
• What are the four financial domains?
• How do I maximize the efficiency of every dollar?
• What are possible financial threats and how to alleviate them?
• How do I maximize my maximum wealth capability?
Student loans have become prolific over the last decade. According to the Federal Reserve, students in the United States currently owe over $1.5 trillion in private and federal loan programs. Since 2004, student loan indebtedness has soared 302%; roughly ten […]