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RECENT BLOG POSTS
Is there any wholesaler that will go to a CLTV greater than 75. I am trying to get a Jumbo loan for some clients that are highly qualified but want to limit the down???
Posted about 5 years ago
Congratulations! You have decided to take the steps to become a homeowner in today's market. This is no small task and it can be overwhelming. Many new buyers start there search online on their own. In fact 82% of buyers start their search online. I understand that you do not want to be sold or ...
Posted about 5 years ago
The market is phenomenal and the opportunity to buy a home is now. Many of you are taking advantage of the opportunity and that is amazing. Warren Buffet said, "We simply attempt to be fearful when others are greedy and to be greedy only when others are fearful."  Many of you are listening. The t...
Posted about 5 years ago
The very first thing that a buyer should do when considering  a new home purchase is contact their Mortgage Broker or Banker and get pre-approved. However, many times this is not the case. Many times buyers see a home that they like either by driving buy it or searching on-line. This home sparks ...
Posted about 5 years ago
Buying your first home is such an exciting time. There are so many things that will take place in such a short period of time. Each and every step of the process is a function of the process. The word Process can make the home-buying experience sound like such a difficult painful task. By definit...
Posted about 5 years ago
We are taking a moment today to step outside of the normal content of this blog to discuss something that we think is very relevant to your mortgage needs. I heard a lot of the content from a man named Jim Burns who is an author and it made me think of our industry right now. The pain of regret i...
Posted about 5 years ago
Fannie MAE and Freddie Mac have gone to risk based pricing. This is not new news as loans have always been priced and approved based on levels of risk. When you as a consumer are looking to be financed the lender is evaluating three things. We refer to them as the three c's. Credit - this is your...
Posted about 5 years ago
The new version of the Tax Credit has been released and is expected to be signed into law as soon as today. This tax credit will give first time home-buyers up to $8,000 as  credit when they file their taxes. The newest version does not require the credit to be repaid. The first time home-buyer w...
Posted about 5 years ago
Several Months ago I wrote the blog that I have pasted below. I wanted to take a moment to revisit that blog because I have seen some change. Locally I attend our MLS marketing meeting on a weekly basis. I have been doing this for the last year. In the last four months or so I have noticed that t...
Posted about 5 years ago
As you all know there has been an increase in applications in the recent months. Much of the increase can be attributed to a drop in the rates that open the floodgates for Streamline FHA refinance activity and rate and term refinancing activity for those with equity. Many wholesalers that were 2-...
Posted about 5 years ago
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Matt Freeman

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This blog will contain information based on my thought s for the week. I am rather optimistic person so if you here pessimism in my blog usually I am making a point. I look forward to writing and reading many blogs.