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About Fred

fred_resizedWith over 30 years of experience as an accomplished COO and CFO in the Jewelry and Computer Software industries, Fred Gruber brings unparalleled financial and analytical acumen to the lending industry. Over the past decade, and with the same drive and passion, Fred has developed a reputation for providing superior client service. A Broker himself, Fred chooses to focus 100% of his attention on creating value for his clients. Fred has a unique ability of developing easily understood computer-based financial solutions that assist in communicating advanced concepts.

As a Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist, Fred is committed to fully understanding and creating solutions to his clients’ financial needs and strategies. He uses state-of-the-art technology to enhance customer service and minimize effort required on his clients’ part and keeps open lines of communication.

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Case-Shiller: January Home Price Growth Strong; Pandemic Impact Unknown
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United States home prices increased by 3.90 percent year-over-year in January as compared to December's growth rate of 3.70 percent according to Case-Shiller's National Home Price Index. Home prices also rose in Case-Shiller's 20-City Home Price Index.
Building An Emergency Fund During An Emergency
April 1, 2020
By now, it should be apparent that this COVID-19 (Corona-virus) pandemic is going to be here for several months. It is already causing the market to plummet and is disrupting jobs all over the country. Many people who work as hourly employees (or are independent contractors) are starting to suffer. As people's budgets start to feel the squeeze, this is exactly the time that people should be relying on an emergency fund; however, for those who don't have one, it is time to start saving.

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