Fred Glick is a nationally recognized, award winning, mortgage and real estate professional, REALTOR® and UpFront Mortgage Broker® with many years of experience. He has closed over $1B of transactions over his career.
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My interview on CNBC's Closing Bell with Maria Bartiroma talking about the Obama Administration proposal for $32 Billion dollars to states and my state of the industry and new ideas to make it better>
The economy on a consumer basis is about the sale of goods and services. One of the best borometers that I have are the activites of the UPS and Fed Ex trucks. Being in a downtown environment where I live and work, I know the names of the drivers and talk to them frequently. Recently, I did not s...
If you are in real estate, plan a vacation for this winter, not now. It's a hot, muggy August pre-sunrise morning and thoughts of beaches and hydration are on people's minds. Sweat, shorts and sodas are soaking their souls and the thoughts of economic recovery, tax credits and mortgage backed-sec...
If mortgage rates don't come down, we won't be able to refi those stuck in the crappy loans/high rates that they got put into and people will stop looking at buying homes. The result will be worse than this past recession. How do we make it work? Start with the full consolidation of Fannie, Fredd...
Fire-sale prices for luxury Center City condos By Alan J. Heavens Inquirer Real Estate Writer Price break on luxury condos in striking glass tower in Center City. Best offers over $250,000 considered. That's the strategy for moving 40 of the 178 units still unsold at the Murano at 21st and Market...
I was quoted today in the Philadelphia Inquirer talkaing about interest rates. The traders have bumped oil prices. Remember last time they did that? We started to go into this Decession. Read the article in full by clicking here.
The S&P index should housing prices continuing to go down in March.There have been many, many reasons depending on the local market and even the Micro markets.The old adage of supply and demand always plays in.Jobs are not on the rebound but there is a problem with the demand side.What about the ...
Now, Fannie and Freddie and Congressman Frank, let's see you all step up to the plate to help the consumers, the economy and the home sellers to get the $8000 for conventional loans too! Read all about Secretary Donovan's announcement at http://tr.im/fha8000