Mortgages and the Economy – Webinar Series

Interest Rates, Q1 Earnings, Stock Market Recovery

We talked with Eric Witczak, Nicolet Bank Executive VP, and Adam Longlais, Senior Investment Officer at this week’s Nicolet Wealth Management Webinar Series.

– What is happening with mortgage interest rates?
– Why haven’t they fallen as fast as deposit rates?
– Have underwriting requirements changed?
– How much should I have for a down payment?
– What have we learned from Q1 earnings?
– How much has the stock market recovered? Will this be sustained?

 

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