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Posted 07/01/2010

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TV Interview : Existing Home Sales, The Tax Credit, And Mortgage Rates

I gave a 2-part interview with Beejal Patel of First Business. This is the first part.

Beejal and I talk about the economy, home sales and mortgage rates.

  • The tax credit extension to September 30, 2010
  • Why the Existing Home Sales data is better than the "sales prices" show
  • Mortgage rates are lower than what the media reports

The interview is 3 minutes and we cover a lot of ground.  Call or with your follow-up questions, or to lock a mortgage rate as soon as possible.

Click here to watch Part II of the interview.

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