A recent rise in rates will be reversing down because the home buying market is continuing to struggle. This means low rates should continue for some time and home values should remain low.
(PRWEB) March 24, 2012
Kevin Miller, CEO and president of TexasLending.com, a Texas home loan and mortgage company specializing in Texas refinance loans and Texas home equity loans, and his co-hosts will discuss new home sales and an update on the Dodd-Frank Act on The TexasLending.com Mortgage Hour on KLIF radio in Dallas on Saturday March 24th, 2012. New Home Sales for February fell for a second straight month. They will cover how this will affect the home buying market as well as how the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act will challenge consumers in a rising rate environment.
In Dallas/Fort Worth the TexasLending.com Mortgage Hour radio show airs on Saturdays on AM 570 KLIF from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
“A recent rise in rates will be reversing down because the home buying market is continuing to struggle. This means low rates should continue for some time and home values should remain low. That makes now the time to bake in your gains with a home purchase before it really does get better. When it gets better homes will cost more and rates will be higher” commented Kevin Miller.
TexasLending.com has been on the air for over 10 years to educate the consumer about home loans in Texas. Listen in each week as the CEO of TexasLending.com, Kevin Miller, and his co-hosts, discuss the behind the scenes information about the mortgage industry that will help you in making an informed decision about your home loan now and in the future.
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