In addition to a further drop in existing home sales, Yun said he expects the annual median home price to rise just 0.3% next year to $384,500.
This yearâs #One21Experience was one for the books! From dynamic breakouts to an unbeatable lineup of speakers, an interactive expo, and jaw-dropping announcements, our relentless…
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Last year here on Making Sense of Cents, I talked a lot about us buying a new home. However, I’m sure you’ve noticed that we have not bought a new home yet. Some of you have even emailed me asking if something went wrong. So, what gives? Why haven’t we bought a house yet even […]
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How many times can you use your VA loan benefit? You can use your VA home loan benefit as many times as you want. But, with some rare exceptions, you […]
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The correction in these markets could rival the crash that occurred in the wake of the housing bubble more than a decade ago.
When thinking about moving out for the first time, youâre contemplating taking a big leap into adulthood. Having a whole place to call home is more than gratifying â itâs a rite of passage. You may already be creating vision boards to decorate your perfect space to feel cozy and homey. Or, you may be
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Originally founded in 1934 as a credit union for teachers in Hillsborough County, Suncoast Credit Union has since expanded its territory and membership eligibility requirements while remaining a regional lender. Headquartered in the city of Tampa, Suncoast is now the largest credit union in Florida and provides mortgages to its many members in the Sunshine […]
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by Ratehub.ca The home buying experience can be overwhelming and exhausting, but the moment you sign your name on the deed/title, you know it would have all been worth it. However, there is a mountain of legal paperwork that awaits your review, so take the time to speak to a real estate lawyer to fully […]
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Every lender or investor with an âaâ in their name seems to be subject to rumors and news in recent months. (More on Flagstar and American Pacific below.) Know anyone named âBernadetteâ? The name is actually Latin for, âThe act of torching a mortgage.â (Yes, it is cutting edge humor like that which brings you back.) Burning liens isnât a topic, but paying them off early is, and with mortgage rates off of their highs, early pay offs, or EPOs, were a conversation topic at the conference this week. And with it, loan officer compensation follows. Can a lender pay an originator based on pull through? Yes. Can lenders pay different originators under different payment plans, as long as the originator sticks with one plan? Yes. Can a lender, if they comply with state labor law, ask for compensation back after an EPO or EPD? Yes, and it may depend on the contract signed by both parties at the beginning of employment. As always, consult your in-house counsel or a lawyer well-versed in mortgage banking. While weâre on originators, occasionally I am asked about training for brand-spanking-new loan officers. No, this is not a paid ad, but veteran LO Tanya Blanchard has created Madison Chase Academy, â6 Months to 6 Figures: A Loan Officerâs Guide to a Profitable Businessâ with a sneak peak on the website. (This weekâs podcast is sponsored by Richey May, a recognized leader in providing specialized advisory, audit, tax, technology, and other services in the mortgage industry and in banking.)
When it comes to getting ahead financially, finding a way to boost your income can be especially powerful. With more cash at your disposal, you can save more, invest more, and grow wealth on a grander scale. Sounds awesome, right? But, what about saving money? For many people, the thought of saving money makes them […]
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