Bill Emerson appeared a few days back on CNBC discussing any impact an improving Jobs Report may have on mortgage rates. Emerson also talked about [...]
Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson on CNBC Discussing the Jobs Rate, Mortgage Rates, and the Housing Market
Last night, NBC Nightly News ran a story called “Motor City Makeover” – featuring many of the companies that are part of the Quicken Loans Family of Companies.
An article from Mortgage New Daily from a few days back says that more than half of Americans in a recent Gallup poll expect average home prices in their area to rise. That’s up from just 33 percent just one year ago of Americans who were bullish about their home value.
Does the size of your home really matter? And is your home bigger or smaller than the average for your area? Our new infographic will help you find out.
An estimated 2.7 million American households could refinance to today’s mortgage rates (which are at historic lows, in case you haven’t been paying attention) through the gov’s HARP program. And they can do it even if they owe more money than their home is worth. Up to 200%. But they aren’t. And we don’t know why.
Great article today from FOX Business about PMI (private mortgage insurance) and some very easy ways to avoid or eliminate it. That’s good, because paying PMI can seem like throwing money down the drain. Often around $100 a month or so.
Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson recently appeared on Bloomberg TV’s “Market Makers,” with Scarlet Fu and Stephanie Ruhle, to discuss the recent deal with Ally to purchase $34 billion in servicing rights.
The Marche du Nain Rouge, an annual parade through Detroit’s Midtown neighborhood, has grown in popularity in it’s four-year history. This year, at least 24 local businesses are catering to the Nain Rouge revelers, offering discounts, specials, parties and more to the 3,000+ expected participants in the parade. It’s another great thing happening in Detroit.