It is an honor to be able to post my first Week in Review for my fellow Mortgage Experts here on Active Rain. I have been given the opportunity this week from David Podgursky, the Mortgage Go To Guy. I have read the past couple weeks compiled by David and Jason Sardi, the key point they made..."This is no easy job". I agree with them! (I believe I have a whole new understanding for writing mortgage blogs). To all my fellow mortgage professionals...Please, let's continue to post more topics that show our mortgage knowledge to consumers and our fellow REALTORS. And my special plea, to the ladies...let's show what you've got! With no further commentary...
MORTGAGE TOPICS: WEEK IN REVIEW JUNE 23-29, 2007
~Bruce wrote a wonderful article explaining this loan program which may be a wonderful source for disaster victims. Great information to have coming into hurricane season here in Florida and with all the rain in Texas.
~Ricardo gave some excellent information about ways to save money. The part that intrigued me was how to save money on utilities, such as electricity, water and other services. Great information to share!
~Marie's first post on Active Rain. She did a great job clearly explaining some things to avoid when obtaining a mortgage.
~Where did those 100% loans go for investors? Stephen explains the programs.
~David explains how he consults with foreign national buyers on seasoning international funds for their US purchase.
~Many of us have heard of this type of mortgage fraud. Tony explains the new regulations in place to stop the fraud!
~Want the upgrades? Janet explains why you have to pay for them!
~A article that I think would spark a great amount of conversation and information from our mortgage professionals and REALTORS...what do you think?
~Matt does a wonderful job explaining the requirements for domestic partners seeking home financing.
~A creative showcase of the mortgage industry...pick your cuisine!
~Another step in the right direction to crack down on the mortgage fraud
~An explanation on using alimony and child support income to qualify for your mortgage
~A fun look at what borrowers should do when applying for a mortgage
~Kim simply explains the difference between the two
If you are interested in writing the Mortgage Week in Review, please email David Podgursky for an assigned week!
Thank you for the opportunity David!