In this week’s column, HousingWire Columnist Logan Mohtashami responds to presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg’s comments on the financial crisis, providing his own view on how the market crashed and how to keep it from ever happening again.
The lowest mortgage rates have ever been was around Thanksgiving 2012 when the interest rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage fell to 3.31% (according to Freddie Mac data), but rising panic over the coronavirus could drive rates to lows never seen before. HW+ Premium Content
The success or failure of a real estate brokerage seems to be measured by a variety of components in today’s world. HousingWire Columnist Mary Frances Coleman takes a deeper look and asks the question, “Does agent count matter?”