About Liz Irish

I am happy to announce that after the hardest year of my life, I have joined the team at Directors Mortgage! I am ready and able to help you, your friends, and your family with any lending needs and questions. I know many have suffered over the last few years and my loss has given me a new depth of compassion and understanding for what we all have been through.

My plan is drawn from my experience and knowledge of the mortgage process to serve in every way I can, doing so with compassion, transparency, and expertise. We will be navigating a changing economic environment together and will continue to be nimble and aware of how quickly conditions can change.

Thank you to everyone who supported me through this time, I look forward to reconnecting with all of you!  Your business and support are very important to me.

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Avoid the Rental Trap in 2023

If you’re a renter, you likely face an important decision every year: renew your current lease, start a new one, or buy a home. This year is no different. But before you dive too deeply into your options, it helps to understand the true costs of renting moving forward. In the past year, both current…

Ready To Sell? Today’s Housing Supply Gives You Two Opportunities

At first glance, the increase in housing supply compared to last year may not sound like good news for prospective sellers, but it actually gives you two key opportunities in today’s housing market. An article from Calculated Risk helps put the inventory gains the market has seen in 2022 into perspective by comparing it to recent years (see graph below). It…

You May Have More Negotiation Power When You Buy a Home Today

Did the frequency and intensity of bidding wars over the past two years make you put your home search on hold? If so, you should know the hyper competitive market has cooled this year as buyer demand has moderated and housing supply has grown. Those two factors combined mean you may see less competition from other buyers. And with…

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