Today's post is my quarterly update on the state of the mortgage market. It focuses on deleveraging, a necessary but painful process that is acting as a drag on economic growth (particularly in the US), and explains why I don't think rates aren't going anywhere fast.
Are we headed for deflation or inflation? If it's deflation, choose variable, but for runaway inflation, go fixed. Can't decide which scenario is more likely when even the experts don’t agree? If you’d rather hedge your bets, consider my safe mortgage approach.