Yahoo - For homebuyers, the go-to resources for information and education are generationally divided. Whether due to comfort or past experiences, where you look first or who you talk to first is statistically different based on your age bracket.
John Gilliam, PhD, CFP®, CLU®, Associate Professor Of Personal Finance At Texas Tech University "In the low interest rate environment we have been in for the last several years, it would be best to 'lock' in a fixed rate as opposed to taking an adjustable rate. It is extremely likely for a 30-year mortgage's rate to go up; it's just a matter of when."
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