Seems like there’s a lot of fear based dialogue surrounding the real estate market these days. For a few years now, I’ve been predicting a cool down of the market here in Central Oregon and I may finally catch a break and be right. The key thing to remember is (more…)
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Property of the Week – Single Level in SE Bend!
By John Furrow on September 26, 2017 in Bend, Family and Home, Mortgage, Oregon, Real Estate, The Blog
Pamper yourself in the comfort and luxury of this single level Pahlisch home in the SE Bend, Oregon community of Stonegate. Just a few minutes from The Old Mill District and Downtown Bend to the north and an even shorter drive (or bike ride) to trails in the Deschutes National Forest to the south, this […]
Beware of a Mortgage Rate Spike This Spring
By John Furrow on October 1, 2010 in Economy, Mortgage
A looming shift in Federal Reserve policy could send the 30-year fixed mortgage to 6% or higher, up from Monday’s rock-bottom rate of 5.02%. For all the hullaballoo about the stimulative impact of last week’s decision to extend the $8,000 First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit and create (more…)