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Another video post about Reverse Mortgages and the foreclosure "crisis." I am helping many people in foreclosure with a Reverse Mortgage and I don't think most people understand the whole foreclosure situation throughout the country.
I'm still trying video out. I'm not saying that I'm not going to type anymore (I do hate typing) but let's see if video is better, worse or can work complimetary with my usual posts. Here is a short video from today. It doesn't really offer any value to you, but it is a start.
I'll get to reverse Mortgages soon. Here's a very quick blurb from yesterday. Still testing.
I am starting to try out some communication via video. This is my first test of an embedded video into a blog post. It is less than a minute long and it is of my 5 year old, Simon, last week, preparing for the Jewish Holiday of Purim (sort of the Jewish equivalent of Halloween) and he is packing ...
Much better press about Reverse Mortgages lately. Here is one good example: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/15/realestate/15reverse.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1&ref=realestate Let's hope this trend continues.
Thankfully, All of the lenders I deal with are transitioning all of the loans in their pipeline to the higher limits. My clienrs are thrilled! One of my clients was going to have to bring $30,000 to teh closing and now he will be RECIEVING at least $10,000. This is fantastic.
I was hoping to post a link here to an article in the latest edition of Secondary Marketing Executive Magazine that said that rverse Mortgages are the only good news in an industry that is continuing to get hammered. Unfortunately, I can't get the article online, but you get the picture. Reverse ...
I've already posted a few times about how Reverse Mortgages are helping many people avoid foreclosure and that they should help many more. I won't get into the specifics again in this post. The new housing initiatives, like their recent predecesors (e.g. Hope for Homeowners) really won't do anyth...
Today, we will hear the particulars about the new plan to save America from the big bad "foreclosure crisis" What a farce. The first thing that should be done is to determine if the borrower actually lives there, This will eliminate more than 75% of the problem. If the borrower lives there, we ne...
The "foreclosure crisis" is a farce. The more I see, the more I belive that almost 90 percent of the foreclosures are not even owner-occupied. In fact, many of these foreclosure owners never made one payment and have been collecting rent since they bought the property. We need to speed up the for...