Donald Trump’s Brilliant Advice for Homeowners

“The Donald explains why homeowners should take advantage of this program”

November 20, 2015

“When Donald Trump speaks, people listen, and what The Donald has to say about mortgage interest rates could help you save a considerable amount of money.

Recently, Trump made claims that the Federal Reserve is keeping interest rates artificially low for political reason and he offered smart homeowners a roadmap for how they can take advantage of historically low interest rates. Speaking on Bloomberg TV’s “With All Due Respect,” Trump said that as a property developer he has “always loved” low interest rates because they allow his businesses to borrow money cheaply and bring down the interest payments on mortgages on his properties.

But, Trump knows that these low rates can’t last forever. “I’m just saying at some point, you have to raise interest rates,” claims Trump, and he predicts it will occur after the next election cycle. The secret is to lock in your low rate now, before rates go up.”

Think Like Trump
So how can you “Think like Trump” and take advantage of these low rates? One of the best ways to check if you can refinance your loan with the HARP refinance program. Visitors that check The Easy Loan Site1 can often be shocked at how much they can save on their mortgage.”


Affluent Chinese see upscale safe haven in Seattle area

Article by The Seattle Times
Originally published January 16, 2016 at 8:00 pm Updated January 16, 2016 at 10:54 pm

By Janet I. Tu
Seattle Times business reporter

“The glossy magazine’s pages contain a guide to Seattle and Eastside spas and high-end shopping, as well as ads for Mercedes-Benz and Roche Bobois, an upscale furniture chain.

What’s less expected is that it’s all in Chinese, since the new Seattle Luxury Living targets wealthy people from China who’ve bought homes here or are considering such a move.

But just as the magazine launched this month, China’s stock market took its latest dive, precipitating halts in trading, new government controls and concern around the globe that shakiness in the world’s No. 2 economy would rattle other countries as well.

Is Seattle Luxury Living’s publisher, John Spear, worried that affluent Chinese individuals, buffeted by the volatile market back home, will stop coming here? Quite the opposite.”