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About Eddie Knoell

A native Phoenician serving Arizona Homeowners with over 14 years lending experience and currently the Vice President and Partner of Signature Home Loans LLC. Eddie has been a mortgage broker since 2003.
Serving Homeowners Since 2003

Big Changes in the Markets – What Does it All Mean?

As I write this, it has already been a dramatic week in the world of mortgage and the financial markets at large. Last Friday (2/2/2018) the stock market showed its first major stumble and lost in that one day nearly half of all the gains of January. On Monday, stocks took their biggest-ever one-day tumble, [...]

2018-02-07T13:53:03+00:00 February 7th, 2018|

Reduce Stress at Closing by Avoiding These Mistakes

It's Tax Time This time of year is just about perfect in the Valley with its pleasantly warm days and cool nights. But for us lenders, there’s something that happens this time of year that is not so perfect. What is it? It’s tax time – or rather, the stress that tax time sometimes causes [...]

2018-02-02T14:27:45+00:00 January 30th, 2018|

January 2018 Advice for Buyers and Sellers Currently in Market

The Cromford Report has published their January 2018 analysis of real estate for the Valley. 2017 MLS Sales up 6% over 2016 Over 50% of 2017 Sales Were in this Price Range…. What your buyers need to know: 2018 is not going to be any less competitive for buyers in general. The market is starting [...]

2018-01-16T12:11:28+00:00 January 16th, 2018|

2018 Tax Code Changes – What Realtors and Homeowners Need to Know

For several months, the upcoming changes to the 2018 tax code has been the topic of much conversation, particularly in the real estate industry. Planned reductions to the mortgage interest deduction even prompted outcry from organizations like the National Association of Realtors and the Mortgage Bankers’ Association. But, much of this conversation has been devoid [...]

2018-01-18T16:07:07+00:00 January 9th, 2018|

Fed Raises Rates Again – What Does it Mean for Arizona Real Estate?

As Christmas and the New Year approach, the Fed is continuing its strategy of gradual rate hikes on December 12, raising the benchmark interest rate 25 basis points to between 1.25% and 1.5% for short term lending consumer lending. And it’s likely that the Fed will continue to raise rates in 2018, with industry analysts [...]

2017-12-19T11:46:16+00:00 December 18th, 2017|
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