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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Mortgages Rates Tumble

Mortgage rates tumbled below 6% Tuesday. Call for details. 414-416-9194

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Mortgage Rates Improve

30 year fixed mortgage rates have improved over the last 24 hours. The 10 year Treasury note has been in a range of 3.25% to 4.32% over the last year and this morning is at 3.46% which is the lower end of the range and the lowest of the week. This bodes well for the future direction of mortgage rates today however this can also change in a matter of minutes. The trend this week for mortgage rates has been lower however no one ever knows what the future will bring. Work with a trusted mortgage advisor and save thousands of dollar's in interest on your largest investment.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Thanks for Visiting

Concerned about the credit crisis? I think everyone is. 401k values have plummeted, credit is tighter, employers are laying off. What to do? Now is the time to be certain that your mortgage is helping you achieve your financial goals not adding to your financial challenges. For a free mortgage checkup call me today. There is no obligation. 414-416-9194

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Gas Below 2 Bucks

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported today on their website that gasoline has fallen below $2 a gallon at Woodmans grocery store in Oak Creek. You can check other area gas prices at the web site

15 Year At 5.625%

A 15 year mortgage is now available at the incredible low rate of just 5.625%. APR 5.78%
To apply for this fantastic rate contact Loan Officer Pete Cannon today at 414-416-9194 or 262-569-8675 or 414-527-7800 ext 108

Certain restrictions apply

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Wisconsin Mortgage Rates Drop

Mortgage rates have dropped dramatically this week. Rates on a 30 year fixed are down 1/2 percent from Monday. This can save you more than $20,000 in interest over the life of the loan on a $175,000 mortgage. To apply call me now @ 414-416-9194 or email us at

Monday, November 3, 2008

Election Tomorrow

The election is Tuesday, November 4th. Record turnouts are forecast. The stock market is quiet today as people wait and see who will be the person to lead the country over the next four years. Regardless of which party wins it is an historic event. We will either have an African American or Woman - for the first time -in one of the two highest positions in the country. Isn't it about time? Vote tomorrow.