Should you wait to buy/refi until interest rates come down?
Radio Host / Mortgage Educator / Loan Originator
Debbie Marcoux Radio Host / Mortgage Educator / Loan Originator
Published on February 28, 2024

Should you wait to buy/refi until interest rates come down?

Does it make sense to wait for interest rates to come down to help with affordability? Not necessarily. Tune into today’s show to learn more about purchasing a home in 2024 while we are in a higher rate environment. Should you consider refinancing to get the cash out that you need? It could also make sense to do something today. Get the education that you need from today’s show if you are considering a new mortgage.

On March 6, 2024 @ 5PM we will be streaming our Homebuyer Workshop LIVE! You will have the opportunity to ask your questions and get your answers right in the chat feed!

Do you want to buy a home but need help getting started? We have been delivering successful homebuyer workshops since 2015. Our goal with this workshop is to educate you about the process of purchasing a home. The more prepared and educated you are, the less stressful the experience will be. This should be an exciting time, not an emotional and upsetting transaction.

We will be covering the following:

  • Real Estate and Mortgage Buzz Words – the most utilized words and their definitions within a real estate transaction
  • Loan Programs and their guidelines – FHA/USDA/VA/CONVENTIONAL
  • Closing Costs
  • Credit Repair
  • Escrow
  • Getting Pre-Approved
  • Locking in your interest rate
  • Signing your disclosures
  • Ordering your appraisal
  • Conditional Loan Approval
  • Final Loan Approval
  • Signing Loan Documents
  • Funding and Closing

Text “RSVP” to 844-935-3634 – We will text you a link to join before we get started!

Debbie Marcoux AZ-0941504, CA-DBO237926, Fl-LO76508, GA-69178, ID-MLO 2080237926 IL-031.0058339, MO, NC I-210940, NV-57237, OR, TN-184373, TX, WA-MLO-237926 is Licensed by the Department of Financial Protection and Innovations under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act. Interest rates and products are subject to change without notice and may or may not be available at the time of loan commitment or lock-in. Borrowers must qualify at closing for all benefits.