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Buy or Rent? For many, it’s a tough question to answer

By Greg Richardson, EVP of Capital Markets The housing market looks a little uneven these days, doesn’t it? Home prices are rising. Homeownership rates are falling. Houses for sale are vanishing. And rents are increasing, along with the number of people choosing apartment living over homebuying. The national homeownership rate hit 63 percent in the … Continue reading “Buy or Rent? For many, it’s a tough question to answer”

Volunteer efforts to become cash for Louisiana flood victims

By Liz Foster Movement Mortgage is partnering with Samaritan’s Purse to help residents after the massive flooding earlier this month. But instead of just asking for money, the Movement Foundation will donate $20 to Samaritan’s Purse for each hour a team member volunteers at a qualifying nonprofit organization. That means time spent volunteering since Aug. … Continue reading “Volunteer efforts to become cash for Louisiana flood victims”

Millennials will join housing as they grow up

By Greg Richardson, EVP of Capital Markets Millennials aren’t buying homes because they feel housing is too expensive and their financial futures are too uncertain. They’re also staying single longer, living with parents longer and staying in apartments longer, about six years on average, according to Zillow. But cast aside the doom-and-gloom for a moment … Continue reading “Millennials will join housing as they grow up”

Come on guys, it’s really not that bad: How a mortgage can be good for you

By Jonathan McFadden Hate to break it to you but unless you plan to hunker down in Mom and Dad’s basement for the rest of your life, there’s little chance you’ll ever be able to live anywhere without paying for it. Nesting costs money  — whether it’s in a ranch-style house in the suburbs, a townhome … Continue reading “Come on guys, it’s really not that bad: How a mortgage can be good for you”