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Another closing.. #blessed
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Blessed to do what I love to do everyday.  Making dreams come true. 1 client at a time. Funded $1,640,000 Loan Amount interest rate 4.5% Program 7/1 ARM. $4,000 lender credit for closing cost! Let me help you fund your next deal.
Blessed to do what I love to do everyday. Making dreams come true. 1 client at a time. Funded $1,640,000 Loan Amount interest rate 4.5% Program 7/1 ARM. $4,000 lender credit for closing cost! Let me help you fund your next deal.
Its always a pleasure working with my friend and awesome realtor Alex Hekimyan thank you @alexhekimyan
Its always a pleasure working with my friend and awesome realtor Alex Hekimyan thank you @alexhekimyan
Morning Market Update:
Stocks and Bonds are both slightly higher in the early going. Trade talks are still in focus-The US and Canada worked late into the night on Wednesday, as both sides sought to secure a new trade agreement to replace the current North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). These talks are likely to continue in the coming days, and could potentially last weeks. The relationship between China and the US remains uncertain. The US has been standby to impose additional tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.. and the deadline for those tariffs to go into effect is midnight tonight. Looking at the charts- Mortgage Bonds are trading beneath a triple ceiling, formed by the 50,100, and 25-day Moving Averages.. Which will make it hard for Bonds to improve Meaningfully. On the other hand, there is room to the downside before reaching the next level of support at 101.50. With the risk of wage pressured inflation in tomorrow’s report and more risk to the downside than upside.
Hope everyone has an awesome day!
Morning Market Update: Stocks and Bonds are both slightly higher in the early going. Trade talks are still in focus-The US and Canada worked late into the night on Wednesday, as both sides sought to secure a new trade agreement to replace the current North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). These talks are likely to continue in the coming days, and could potentially last weeks. The relationship between China and the US remains uncertain. The US has been standby to impose additional tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods.. and the deadline for those tariffs to go into effect is midnight tonight. Looking at the charts- Mortgage Bonds are trading beneath a triple ceiling, formed by the 50,100, and 25-day Moving Averages.. Which will make it hard for Bonds to improve Meaningfully. On the other hand, there is room to the downside before reaching the next level of support at 101.50. With the risk of wage pressured inflation in tomorrow’s report and more risk to the downside than upside. Hope everyone has an awesome day!
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Another  #zillow review GOD is good! Thank you πŸ™πŸ»
Another #zillow  review GOD is good! Thank you πŸ™πŸ»
New #zillow review to start the day. πŸ™πŸ»
New #zillow  review to start the day. πŸ™πŸ»
Morning Market Update:
Stocks are lower in the early going on fears that the deadline on a trade agreement between the US, Mexico , and Canada is quickly approaching and has not been done yet. Representatives from Canadian and US governments worked deep into the Night Thursday to devise and alternative to the trade agreement, though Canada’s Trade minister said they are still working to β€œget the right deal, not any deal.
This is in Part Helping Bonds, along with the Evening Star Pattern we indentified yesterday. Mortgage Bonds are higher, breaking above their 50-day Moving Average. It’s a very quiet economic news day, but next week is a busy week, highlighted by the  BLS Jobs Report. Mortgage Bonds have broken above their 50-day Moving Average and have room to continue to move higher until reaching the extremely difficult ceiling at 101.988, which has kept a lid on prices since late May. The 10-Year Treasury note created a three-day pattern yesterday called an Evening Star Pattern, Which typically portends lower yields to follow this morning Yields are lower, trading at 2.83%. Hope Everyone has an awesome day!
Morning Market Update: Stocks are lower in the early going on fears that the deadline on a trade agreement between the US, Mexico , and Canada is quickly approaching and has not been done yet. Representatives from Canadian and US governments worked deep into the Night Thursday to devise and alternative to the trade agreement, though Canada’s Trade minister said they are still working to β€œget the right deal, not any deal. This is in Part Helping Bonds, along with the Evening Star Pattern we indentified yesterday. Mortgage Bonds are higher, breaking above their 50-day Moving Average. It’s a very quiet economic news day, but next week is a busy week, highlighted by the BLS Jobs Report. Mortgage Bonds have broken above their 50-day Moving Average and have room to continue to move higher until reaching the extremely difficult ceiling at 101.988, which has kept a lid on prices since late May. The 10-Year Treasury note created a three-day pattern yesterday called an Evening Star Pattern, Which typically portends lower yields to follow this morning Yields are lower, trading at 2.83%. Hope Everyone has an awesome day!
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Morning Market Update:
Stocks are continuing higher on optimism that the US and Canada may be able to put a trade deal together after the preliminary agreement was accomplished with Mexico yesterday, Mortgage Bonds are lower, testing the dual floor of support at the 100 and 50-day Moving Averages.
The Case-Shiller Home Price Index, which tracks the changes in the value of residential Real Estate across the US, showed that price appreciation decelerated slightly, but remained strong. Remember a deceleration in appreciations is very different from declining home prices. The National Index, which covers all nine U.S. Census divisions, reported a 6.2 % annual gain in June, which was down from 6.4% in May. The 20-City index showed that home prices rose at 6.3% on a year over year basis, which was a slight decline from 6.5% the previous reading.  The 10-year treasury Note Yield has moved higher after test 2.813% last week and has room to worsen until reaching the 50-day Moving Average at 2.89%. Hope Everyone has an Awesome Day!
Morning Market Update: Stocks are continuing higher on optimism that the US and Canada may be able to put a trade deal together after the preliminary agreement was accomplished with Mexico yesterday, Mortgage Bonds are lower, testing the dual floor of support at the 100 and 50-day Moving Averages. The Case-Shiller Home Price Index, which tracks the changes in the value of residential Real Estate across the US, showed that price appreciation decelerated slightly, but remained strong. Remember a deceleration in appreciations is very different from declining home prices. The National Index, which covers all nine U.S. Census divisions, reported a 6.2 % annual gain in June, which was down from 6.4% in May. The 20-City index showed that home prices rose at 6.3% on a year over year basis, which was a slight decline from 6.5% the previous reading. The 10-year treasury Note Yield has moved higher after test 2.813% last week and has room to worsen until reaching the 50-day Moving Average at 2.89%. Hope Everyone has an Awesome Day!
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Morning Market Update:
Stocks and Mortgage Bonds are both trading near unchanged levels. Another round of Tariffs totaling $16 Billion were implemented today on China, even though the two sides have begun talks this week. Also of note is that the spread between the 10-year Yield and 2-year Yield has reached a new recent low of 22bp. Remember that when this figure gets inverted or goes negative it has historically been a very reliable indicator for a recession. Once the Fed hikes rates in October the gap should narrow further. Yesterday, the Fed minutes showed that the Fed will hike rates next month and will play it by ear for December.  They acknowledged that trade policy is creating an unknown and could be a headwind. They als said that there were several favorable economic factors, including above trend GDP growth, a strong labor market, simulative federal tax and spending policies, accommodative financial conditions, and continued high levels of household and business confidence.
Hope everyone has an awesome day.
Morning Market Update: Stocks and Mortgage Bonds are both trading near unchanged levels. Another round of Tariffs totaling $16 Billion were implemented today on China, even though the two sides have begun talks this week. Also of note is that the spread between the 10-year Yield and 2-year Yield has reached a new recent low of 22bp. Remember that when this figure gets inverted or goes negative it has historically been a very reliable indicator for a recession. Once the Fed hikes rates in October the gap should narrow further. Yesterday, the Fed minutes showed that the Fed will hike rates next month and will play it by ear for December. They acknowledged that trade policy is creating an unknown and could be a headwind. They als said that there were several favorable economic factors, including above trend GDP growth, a strong labor market, simulative federal tax and spending policies, accommodative financial conditions, and continued high levels of household and business confidence. Hope everyone has an awesome day.