You know when you run across those feel good moments and you realize why you’re really doing something? Recently, I had one of those moments again, and it made my day.
A couple months ago, I had a client call me. To protect the innocent, let’s call him Joe. The walls were closing in on him, and he had just gotten
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is going to make changes. First, you’re probably thinking… the what?
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Use caution when considering loans for energy efficiency upgrades. Two Reasons. Here’s why:
UPDATE – Congress has passed temporary Continued Resolution meaning that changes to USDA Rural Housing eligible areas has been delayed until mid December.
What does this mean for PrimeLending and USDA Rural Housing? Continue reading
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Be a Savvy Loan Shopper… by Jen Hudson, GRI
When buying a car, you want go out and compare the best deals available, right? If you find a car that is a “steal,” then you know you should look a little closer at the details and ask why. Are they offering a warranty, a dealer incentive or maybe you are trading something else in. Would you agree that these different details could drastically impact your final sales price?
Well, the same principal applies when shopping for a home loan. You certainly don’t want to wind up with a lemon, so learn to be a savvy shopper. Here are some tips and common mistakes people make when shopping for a home loan.
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