Need a real estate agent? Here’s how to pick the right one

Let’s face it, if you’re a first-time homebuyer, you have a lot of questions about the home-buying process. That’s what real estate agents are here for. Almost 90% of buyers recently used a real estate agent or broker to purchase their home, according to the … Continue readingNeed a real estate agent? Here’s how to pick the right one

Need a real estate agent? Here’s how to pick the right one

Let’s face it, if you’re a first-time homebuyer, you have a lot of questions about the home-buying process. That’s what real estate agents are here for. Almost 90% of buyers recently used a real estate agent or broker to purchase their home, according to the … Continue readingNeed a real estate agent? Here’s how to pick the right one

Mortgage underwriting challenges in the pandemic

In December, AmTrust Title Insurance Company announced the hiring of seasoned underwriter Mary Shelley as its midwest region agency underwriter. We took the opportunity to talk to Shelley, who has 35 years experience in the field, about the challenges underwriters have faced during this pandemic … Continue readingMortgage underwriting challenges in the pandemic

Mortgage underwriting challenges in the pandemic

In December, AmTrust Title Insurance Company announced the hiring of seasoned underwriter Mary Shelley as its midwest region agency underwriter. We took the opportunity to talk to Shelley, who has 35 years experience in the field, about the challenges underwriters have faced during this pandemic … Continue readingMortgage underwriting challenges in the pandemic

Three reasons there won’t be a 2021 housing market crash

2020 came, and with it COVID-19. Five weeks into the crisis, demand in the U.S. housing market bottomed and then after about nine weeks, began to climb again, with purchase applications making a full V-shaped recovery by early June. The housing bubble boys had those … Continue readingThree reasons there won’t be a 2021 housing market crash

Three reasons there won’t be a 2021 housing market crash

2020 came, and with it COVID-19. Five weeks into the crisis, demand in the U.S. housing market bottomed and then after about nine weeks, began to climb again, with purchase applications making a full V-shaped recovery by early June. The housing bubble boys had those … Continue readingThree reasons there won’t be a 2021 housing market crash