5 coming housing trends1 of 7Mortgage rates probably will rise over the next three months, and the jumbo mortgage will remain relatively expensive. Those are two of five projected housing trends over the next three months, according to economists and mortgage professionals.Following are expert predictions about how these important real estate trends may affect you. Related Articles:Buying your first homeFixing 3 FHA loan snags3 types of mortgage loansSelling in a soft marketRelated Links:7 keys to FBSO successPick a real estate agentClosing a home sale fastFight low home appraisal advertisement
Mortgage rates probably will rise over the next three months, and the jumbo mortgage will remain relatively expensive. Those are two of five projected housing trends over the next three months, according to economists and mortgage professionals.
Following are expert predictions about how these important real estate trends may affect you.
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