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Matthew Harris is the Internal Communications Manager at Wyndham Capital Mortgage. With over 11 years of experience writing and creating content about topics from sports and culture to financial systems and business, Matthew brings his expertise to the mortgage industry. Matthew oversees Wyndham’s internal communication and content strategies to help drive the internal messaging and creating content that gives both employees and borrowers relevant and reliable information to help them make informed homebuying, selling and refinancing decisions. Matthew has a Master’s Degree in Communications from Purdue University and a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism from Appalachian State University. His interests include social media marketing, content creation and catching the occasional sports game.
Even though the holidays have come and gone, buying a new home might be the gift you’ve set your sights on in 2022. Regardless of whether you already own a home or are a first-time homebuyer, there are several steps to take that could up your chances of securing a mortgage. Step 1: Reduce Your
The increase in the price of homes in 2021 was one for the record books, with an 18 percent increase in prices between September 2020 and September 2021 Now the question on the minds of home buyers and sellers is what’s going to happen in 2022. Will these record price gains continue? Or will buyers
Wyndham Capital Mortgage has been named a 2021 winner of the Charlotte Business Journal Fast 50 Award! The Fast 50 honorees are based on company growth over the past three years, and with an average growth rate of over 167%, WCM comes in at No. 7 in the rankings! Congratulations to the entire Wyndham Capital
Per Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Wyndham Capital Mortgage is announcing that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mack are increasing conforming loan limits beginning January 1, 2022. News of the increase follows the official public notice made by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac revealing the raise of the current baseline – $548,250 for single-family homes –