Home Buyers Get Creative With Cash Deals to Fend Off High Mortgage Rates

Mr. Brown’s decision to buy this townhouse in cash may seem unusual. But it shouldn’t. Buying properties in cash is becoming more common as a way to secure additional wealth and enjoy the benefits of different borrowing rates, according to this Wall Street Journal article, including lower mortgage rates and what some might call “home sweet home loans,” or ones based on collateral other than real estate, like stock portfolios.


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Source Article: https://www.wsj.com/articles/home-buyers-avoid-high-mortgage-rates-with-cash-deals-11668080901


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