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BREXIT: What’s Next for U.S. Home Buyers and Sellers?

BREXIT: What’s Next for U.S. Home Buyers and Sellers?

Rates dropped in a big way this past week, due to Britain choosing to leave the European Union. What does this mean for U.S. home buyers and sellers? Host Joe Cucchiara will take a look at the U.S. housing market impact due to Britain exits from the EU. Tune in from 3-4pm PST on AM 1220 KDOW to listen, learn & join the discussion. You can also listen streaming online at

Joe will discuss:

| Impact of the Brexit
| Record low interest rates
| Is it time to refinance?
| Could this be the last opportunity for record low rates?
| Time to act now on new home or investment property

Possible impact of Brexit on mortgage rates?

In a recent article, the Washington Post explained:

“Brexit has spawned the recent bout of volatility in global financial markets. That has anxious investors scurrying for safety — and few assets are safer than U.S. Treasuries. High demand for government debt pulls down interest rates.

That all translates into ultra-low mortgage rates for American households. And with Britain voting for Brexit, they could go even lower.”

Tune in to save money and be smarter about your new home purchase or trading up to the home of your dreams! Be sure to call with your questions during the show at 1.800.516.1220 or text your questions to 408.838.9060. Turn that dial to AM 1220 KDOW from 3-4pm PST or listen streaming online at

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