Last week, Marty Pfeiffenberger was featured in National Mortgage Professional Magazine. As the featured industry leader, Marty was interviewed about the challenges facing New York State’s mortgage broker community. He discussed a number of things within the interview, including the current housing market in Upstate NY and his predictions for how the market will change during 2015.
Marty is a home mortgage industry professional with years of experience. His insight is valuable both for homebuyers, and for those in the mortgage broker industry. So what is this industry expert’s perspective on New York’s current housing market?
In the article, Marty notes that the housing market in New York City is doing incredibly well, while the market in Upstate NY is currently good and remains steady, but will hopefully continue to improve.
Marty also predicts that New York’s housing market as a whole will improve over the course of 2015 – becoming significantly stronger by late spring or early summer. Currently unemployment is down and the job market is improving. Buyers have waited years to upgrade their living spaces or purchase houses and are now in a good position to do so. While this is driving demand for housing up, the market improvement has also made now a great time for homebuyers to make a purchase.
For homebuyers, now is a great time to consider purchasing a house. For the first time in years, the housing market seems to be on an upswing. If you’re hoping to purchase a home in Upstate NY, now may be the time to do so! Contact Maple Tree Funding to learn more about your options for mortgages and home loans in New York State. Whether you’re looking for a conventional home loan, an adjustable rate mortgage, or you’re interested in taking advantage of a government loan, Maple Tree can help. We even have mortgages available for those with bad credit!
From Albany, Saratoga and the Adirondack region to Western NY, we have mortgage options that will make your dream of owning a home a reality. Contact Maple Tree Funding today or visit our website to learn more.