Weekly Digs – And we’re back!

Mortgage Rates increase, just as home sales regain their momentum. The sales of previously owned U.S. homes increased in August, adding to recent signs of recovery in the housing market. And the Fed is continuing to cut interest rates due to the U.S. – China trade war and a gloomy outlook for the global economy. This and more news in the first October edition of the Weekly Digs!


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