My Clients on Working with Me:

Thank you for helping us in the house buying process!  We are so thankful for your attention to detail and ease in which you communicate.  You answered questions quickly and efficiently and made us feel comfortable with every decision we needed to make.  Your weekly updates helped us to know that we weren’t just another number, but clients that you valued (or at least it seemed that way!)  We will absolutely recommend you to our friends and family!

Great with new homebuyers.  Evan sat down and explained everything in detail.  We really appreciate all the work for us.  Thanks again.

You’re the best in the business.

I have to say on record that you guys are the best lending agency I have ever worked with. I have and will continue to tell every one I know,”Mortgage Trust is the best and only company to work with”!!

I am working with you again on my next transaction because of your excellent service–Thanks!


The Latest from My Blog

Mortgage Rate Update June 30, 2016

Mortgage rates remain at historically low levels following Britain’s historic “Brexit” vote which took place one week ago. The financial markets are still trying to digest the news and forecast how the next few years will play out.  With the British pound suffering against the US Dollar investors are growing increasingly concerned about the health […]

Mortgage Rate Update June 27, 2016

Unless you live under a rock you are aware of the outcome of Britain’s vote on Thursday last week.  The ripple effect of “Brexit” continues to reverberate through the markets this morning and US interest rates are benefiting. The S&P 500 is off 5.4% from Thursday and the yield on the US 10-year treasury has […]

Mortgage Rate Update June 23, 2016

After hitting 3-year low levels a week and a half ago mortgage rates have risen by ~.125%.  Essentially mortgage rates have correlated perfectly with sentiment surrounding the British vote on whether to remain or separate from the European Union. The polls are currently open as British citizens cast their votes.  Odds makers are currently saying […]

Mortgage Rate Update June 20, 2016

Mortgage rates are essentially unchanged at multi-year low levels. In-out-in-out-in-out…..A week ago I wrote (HERE) about how a poll released over the weekend had indicated a majority of British citizens favoring a “Brexit” from the European Union (EU) and how that helped mortgages rates in the US because of general uncertainty and a “flight-to-safety”. This […]

Mortgage Rate Update June 13, 2016

Mortgage rates remain at multi-year lows.   Britain’s referendum to exit the Eurozone or remain is scheduled for June 23rd.  This vote has been scheduled for many months but has flown under the radar here in the US because most of the polling has suggested a likelihood for the status quo. However, this past Friday […]

Mortgage Rate Update June 9, 2016

Mortgage rates remain at multi-year lows. There is no shortage of fear in the marketplace about interest rates rising as a result of the Fed hiking short-term interest rates.  I overheard a conversation yesterday in which a real estate professional was advising a prospective homebuyer to buy a home sooner rather than later because mortgage […]

Mortgage Rate Update June 6, 2016

Mortgage rates have reverted to the best levels in three years following Friday’s all-important jobs report. The markets were expecting Friday’s jobs report to show 155,000 new jobs created.  However, it showed that only 38,000 were added to the US economy in May. This is the weakest output in five years.  Bad news for the […]

Mortgage Rate Update June 2, 2016

Mortgage rates are unchanged. Tomorrow the all-important jobs report will be released for the month of May.  During normal times this report is the most impactful release and currently it is even more amplified.  Why? The Fed has been candid in their desire to hike short-term interest rates.  However, in order to do so they […]

Mortgage Rate Update May 31, 2016

Mortgage rates are unchanged from last week. Let’s start off with some housing news.  The S&P Case Shiller Home Price index report was released earlier today and for the 6th straight month Portland led the nation in year-over-year appreciation coming in at 12.3%.  Tight inventory continues to push prices higher. In a separate report released […]