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May 28, 2020
Bay Equity serves our military

Bay Equity Home Loans supports women and men in military service at home and abroad whether in times of crisis or times of calm.

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has many home loan programs available for active retired or reserve members of the military.

These are some of the most flexible and powerful mortgage tools...

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May 21, 2020
Pretty up the front porch for late-summer sales

When the coronavirus crisis eases later this summer there appear to be plenty of buyers ready to take advantage of record-low mortgage rates and the stability that comes with them.

If you’re like 75% of homeowners planning to sell this year you’ve already taken down your listing until stay-at-home orders are fully relaxed – probably sometime...

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May 8, 2020
Pending sales may signal a post-pandemic bounce

After a strong start to 2020 sales of both newly built and existing homes hit the skids in March as the coronavirus pandemic began to spread.

Though millions were laid off and thousands hospitalized some encouraging housing data arose in mid-April– perhaps sooner than expected. For the seven days ending April 19 pending sales - measuring...

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May 4, 2020
Don’t forget to call your mom!

While some states are in the embryonic stages of re-opening businesses a very nascent issue is emerging we hope didn’t get lost in this massive pandemic pause!

Mother’s Day is coming up fast - on Sunday May 10! To all the moms out there Bay Equity Home Loans wishes you the very best!

One thing is for...

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April 23, 2020
Though we're spread apart, we're all pulling together

The struggle to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) has involved many moments of sadness fear and frustration.

Financial worry is in no short supply as many people wonder when the economy will get back to normal.

The news media and health experts try not to be too optimistic. They brace us for the worst...

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April 16, 2020
Shortages may help bidet wipe out TP for good

When we look back on the annals of history the Great Coronavirus Pandemic of 2020 may very well mark one of America’s biggest movements – from dry toilet paper to bidet.

Panic hoarding of many supplies started when state and local governments began issuing stay-at-home mandates in early March most notably of TP. Despite no disruptions...

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