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Oct
23
2020
What Happens If You Don’t Answer These 3 Simple Questions
You know those 3 demographic questions you’re expected to answer when you – or your client – applies for a loan? The questions usually ask about the borrower’s gender, ethnicity, and race. They have a purpose and you should never leave them blank. The...
Sep
28
2020
4 Tips for Financial Wellness in the New Abnormal
Even if you’re not one of the millions affected by pandemic-related job loss or furloughs, it’s an uneasy time when it comes to our finances. With holiday expenses on the horizon, job security to think about, planned and unplanned medical costs looming, bouncing mortgage...
Sep
25
2020
Realtors: Here’s What You Should Know About Regulation B
Last month on the blog, we delved into the veritable alphabet of Federal Fair Housing, Credit and Lending Law Regulations. This month, we’re starting to take a closer look at each regulation, how it applies to you as a Realtor, and how it applies to your clients and the Lender or...
Aug
24
2020
An Overview of Federal Fair Housing, Credit, and Lending Law Regulations from A to Z
Are your clients asking what all the alphabetical Federal fair housing, credit, and lending regulations really mean? Hint: They have to do with protecting consumers when it comes to fair business and fair treatment when applying for a mortgage. Of the numerous regulations, which...
Aug
19
2020
3 Key August Housing Market Stats That Show the Housing Market is Doing Just Fine
These days, discussing the U.S. housing market is bound to bring up a myriad of conflicting views based on well-executed research and casual hearsay alike. Here are some of the questions I’ve fielded over the past month. Are home prices rising or falling? Is it a buyer’s...
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