Monthly Archives: February 2013

Mortgage Activity Continues To Improve

The Mortgage Corner Increasing mortgage purchase and refinance activity, key forward looking indicators of our housing market, show 2013 should be a great year for housings’ continued recovery. The Mortgage Bankers Association reported its Refinance Index increased 4 percent from … Continue reading

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Why Shouldn’t the Fed Do More?

Financial FAQs Fourth Quarter Gross Domestic Product growth was a bust. And so cries are rising for the Federal Reserve to do more to promote growth (since Congress and the White House can’t or won’t). Actually the Fed has done … Continue reading

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Why Are Consumers So Unhappy?

Popular Economics Weekly It shouldn’t be a secret, by now. Consumers are unhappy. And it’s not because we are too busy paying down our debts. It’s really because no one in Washington has been focusing on job creation—at least since … Continue reading

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