Money Matters- Finally!

In our final round up of the year, I'm delighted to see the Fed increase rates a .25% after 2 years of speculation by all the experts at every Federal reserve meeting.

Frankly, I expected the Fed to delay once again as I was predicting the first quarter of 2016, but I'm very pleased they finally pushed the increase through. Now, all the speculation and anticipation is out of the way and we can focus on the markets as I don't believe we'll see another rate increase until Q4 of 2016 at the earliest. I had been saying for months that the longer the Fed waited, the more damage would be caused as it would be seen by the world as a sign that the US economy couldn't withstand a minimal increase of .25%.

Interestingly, the markets reaction with 10 Year Treasury yields has been somewhat muted because of the holidays and shortened trading sessions. Going forward, I expect there is a much better chance that yields on the 10 year Treasury will improve towards the 2% mark vs. moving higher.

With interest rates still at historic lows and strength in the banking sector in 2015, there will be a lot of fresh capital in 2016 to finance real estate of all types.

We want to wish you all a very happy, healthy and prosperous new year and to thank you for the support and confidence you placed in us in 2015 which marked one of our biggest years since our inception in 2001 for both residential and commercial loans.

Jacob Yadegar
CEO Of Empyrean Funding, INC.

Jacob Yadegar, CEO of Empyrean Funding & Management, INC., has been in the mortgage and loan industry for 20 + years. He is extremely passionate about his career and making sure his clients get the best service in the business. He has contributed greatly to many of his clients’ success stories.

His irrefutable devotion to his company, along with his experience and expertise, make Empyrean Funding a valuable leader in the mortgage industry.

Jacob also is the writer of the blog, “Money Matters”, where he shares his financial advice and tips with the world.