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Mortgage and Lending - National Bank of Arkansas
Ok, we changed our 24-Hour Question Line: The new phone number is: 501-291-3190. Call us anytime day or night, ask your question and we very well may play it on the air. If we do air your question, we will send you free coffee from Guillermo's Gourmet Coffee. For more info go to: http://www.g3cof...
Check out this great home in North Little Rock in the Overbrook subdivision. Just about everything has been updated. This home will be featured on The Family Money Show this Sunday. For more pictures and info instantly: Text 88735 To 79564 1108 Cache River Rd. North Little Rock, AR 72116 North Li...
This nice West Little Rock home in the SandPiper Subdivision is a great deal at under $64.00 per SF. The home has had tons of updates. This home will be featured on the Radio This Sunday on The Family Money Show   2121 Pear Orchard Little Rock, AR 72211 West Little Rock Home in Sandpiper Home   P...
This home is perfect for the right family. This is home in West Little Rock (Chenal) is listed well below appraised value. I just had to post this as it is great buy for so much house! This home will be featured on The Family Money Show this Sunday March the 14th. For more pictures Instantly: Tex...
For most consumers, the most important part of finding the right mortgage is convincing themselves they have found the "lowest" interest rate. This is understandable, as the interest rate is certainly is an important component of the mortgage. Obviously one of your goals should be to achieve a gr...
 On of the better Family Money Essential Series I ever did is entitled: All About Buying A Home. It is worth listening to.
I just posted a great show to www.FamilyMoneyShow.com Heath and I spend half the show talking about the extended and revised home-buyer tax-credit. To listen to the audio archive, visit FamilyMoneyShow.com and click on the "Our Shows" like. The title of the show is: Home-Buyer Tax Credits. You ca...
I will be speaking at the Mortgage Revolution in Atlanta, GA. The Mortgage Revolution will take place from January 10-12, 2009. Anyone who is in the mortgage industry needs to go to this event. For more information about The Mortgage Revolution, visit: www.MortgageRevolution.info      
Locking in a rate does not obligate you to the loan until the loan is has closed. The lock is merely a security measure designed to eliminate the risk of market volatility throughout the duration of the purchase or refinance transaction. By not locking in your rate, you expose yourself to the mar...

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