MIAMI, FL – After a somewhat sluggish start to the housing market during a cold and snowy winter in the United States, a recent report released by Nationwide Economics suggests that the housing market is picking up steam (source: http://dsnews.com/news/04-02-2015/study-reveals-housing-market-to-be-at-its-healthiest-level-since-2001). Matt Argall, a successful entrepreneur based in Miami, is ready to help homebuyers figure out how best to acquire a mortgage and how to make their leap into homeownership in a way that helps them succeed as homeowners. “The mortgage market tries to serve only buyers who barely need a loan,” Argall said. “Many people are ready for homeownership, but have trouble getting adequate financing for the home they want from traditional lenders. Me and my team are ready to change that.”
Many economists are excited about the health of the housing market, but not everyone is convinced that the success will be longstanding: “There are still some concerns about whether or not the boom can last,” cautions Argall. The February increase in homeownership seems to have been stirred along by the increase of consumer confidence based on low energy prices and low interest rates. Some skeptics have indicated that the growth in house prices has outstripped stagnant wages, and believe that when the Federal Reserve does increase interest rates, payments may become too high for some applicants, and the country may find itself facing another housing crisis before it has recovered from the first one.
Argall understands these concerns, but reassures prospective homebuyers that he, together with his expert in-house team, can help them get into a home they will be able to afford long-term. Mortgage rules have become dramatically more complicated since the lending crisis less than ten years ago, and Argall strives to protect potential homeowners from being priced out of the home buying market.
Banks and federal lending institutions must adhere to a very strict set of regulations before they can sign housing loans with customers. Matt Argall explains why this development gives private lenders a headstart over banks and traditional lending firms: “Our process is extremely simple and streamlined, and allows us to do everything possible to put every hopeful homeowner into the property of their dreams.” With a specialized team already in place, Argall is in an ideal position to help potential homebuyers take advantage of the upswing in the housing market before interest rates start to climb again.
Matt Argall‘s first venture into the world of entrepreneurship occurred at 17 years old, when he and his best friend made the move to save an online company that had made its name selling wholesale products through the Internet. He is always on the lookout for additional business opportunities where he can connect with customers and improve a business.