Posts Tagged ‘interest rates’
“I am not going to wait around to find a new home for us”
“Mr. Petrowsky, I am in the financial industry which is in a state of flux, as I know you truly understand. I don’t actually know how long I have been following you on LinkedIn, but one thing I know for sure, you have a very good handle on what is going on. My wife and…Read More
Lower Home Prices Can Offset High Interest Rates
What I have told many prospective home buyers is to focus on what the monthly payment will be and make sure that is doable.Read More
Can Home Buyers Afford to Buy New Homes?
I would have said NO WAY, but I have seen the light! Recently, a close friend and builder took a road trip to Pennsylvania to a modular home factory. It was amazing to see homes being built the way cars are built on an assembly line. NO worries about rain or snow. Because the construction happens…Read More
Sure the Rate is Important… But?
Joe, Not sure if you remember me, but you did my mortgage a little over 4 years ago. The emails you are sending got me thinking about financing or I should say refinancing needs. With inflation where it is, the cost of everything has gone up to a point that I am going to start…Read More
“Joy of Being in the People Problem Solving Business”
“Mr. Petrowsky, Can’t thank you enough for coming up with an amazing mortgage solution. As you know we were getting close to the point we going to have a capital gain from the sale of our previous home. We were not even aware that we could do a buydown of the interest rate. What a…Read More
Is Refinancing into a Higher Interest Rate, a Good Idea?
I recently received this email after a phone call: “Joe, thank you for taking my call yesterday. As promised, Ruth and I went over the options and your recommendation. We are going to move forward with the refinance. As you said, giving up a 3.25% rate to go into a 5.125%% rate is a tough…Read More