Jay Deher with Real Estate Essentials talks with Ike Ikeme a Professor of Finance and Economics at UVU. This segment is called Market in a Minute. They discuss how our economy is doing much better. Interest rates are going down, unemployment is coming down and jobs are being created. They talk about how some people are concerned they missed getting into a house a year ago when rates were so low. Ike suggests to get in the market now. The Financial Institution and banks are excited as rates are going up which is more money for them. This is great for the home buyer as you will spend more on your mortgage and see appreciation continue.
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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Utah's November foreclosure rate comes in at 16th highest in the nation.
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GALATIA, Ill. (AP) - A coal producer owned by a longtime critic of President Barack Obama's energy policies is laying off nearly 160 workers at Illinois and Utah mines in the wake of the president's re-election.