Tune into 97.5 as sports broadcaster Anthony Gargano chats with Bob Marino about his new position as President of Huntingdon Valley Bank while maintaining an important role at Spring Garden Lending as a member of its Board of Directors

 


According to the Wall Street Journal, “Millennials Are Supercharging the Housing Market”…

The generation that supposedly didn’t want to buy things now accounts for over half of all home-purchase loan applications; economists expect them to bolster demand for years…read more….

https://www.wsj.com/articles/millennials-are-supercharging-the-housing-market-11639496815

“Constructive Insights” Spring Garden Lending’s Washington, DC’s e-newsletter November edition - Urban Turf reports “Seasonality Has Returned to the DC-Area Housing Market.”

“Constructive Insights” Spring Garden Lending’s Philadelphia e-newsletter November edition… Here’s how Philadelphia’s housing market compares to other cities…

“Constructive Insights” Spring Garden Lending’s Baltimore e-newsletter November 2021 edition… read another “Developing Stories” about one of our great customers and his professional experiences

Tune into 97.5 as sports broadcaster Anthony Gargano chats with Bob Marino, Spring Garden Lending’s President of the Mid-Atlantic region, about Spring Garden Lending’s Permanent Plus 30 year fixed rate financing!

 


Get the low down....Zillow has released its latest Consumer Housing Trends in 2021... UrbanTurf pulls out some of the more interesting stats pertaining to the market to date

“Constructive Insights” Spring Garden Lending’s Baltimore e-newsletter September 2021 edition… “180M people could be looking for homes in coming years. What it means for already-hot U.S. housing market.”

“Constructive Insights” Spring Garden Lending’s Washington, DC’s e-newsletter September edition…“180M people could be looking for homes in coming years. What it means for already-hot U.S. housing market.”

“Constructive Insights” Spring Garden Lending’s Lancaster enewsletter July edition…”180M people could be looking for homes in coming years. What it means for already-hot U.S. housing market.”

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