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About Jim Pomposelli

After 12 years in investment banking in the mortgage-backed securities markets, Jim?s expertise in how the capital markets function and impact the pricing and structure of home loans is a unique competitive advantage. More importantly, Jim?s 12 years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies at JP Morgan and Bank One ensures a dedication to ethical responsibility, a high level of attention to detail and a dedicated approach to client service. Jim is also a true entrepreneur who has started two early stage companies. As an Eagle Scout, Jim is an active member of his community as a leader of a 170 family Cub Scout group and has volunteered for his alma mater, Georgetown University, for 19 years. An active member of the business community, Jim also belongs to the Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce, Lakeview Chamber and the Chicago Realtors Associations. You can follow Jim on Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, or his blog

Chicken Little Has Come Out and Said the Sky is Falling!

Written by: - February 22, 2010

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Chicken Little Has Come Out and Said the Sky is Falling!

Between the Fed’s FOMC minutes from its last meeting and the raise in the discount rate on Friday, prices in the mortgage-backed securities market have decreased by 1% and many banks have raised their 30-year fixed rate mortgage rate by .125% to .250%. Is the Sky Falling? Does this mean that rates are heading to […]

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