Happy Lendings

Mortgage Banker - RPM Mortgage, Alamo Home Office - NMLS #238304
Small, easy to read mortgage tidbits from a California lender take you from application to approval in 300 words or less.



A few years ago, the sun was bright and the wind was strong. And while we were never the perfect partners, we still understood that both the Reator Ship (the SS CrazyMarket) and the mortgage ship (the SS LooseLending) needed to make it to shore for a real estate transaction to close. Passengers w...
Posted almost 6 years ago
When we post to Localism, we are the neighborhood reporter covering a beat.  In exchange, we get to cast our line out to the Internet in hopes our blog will attract those that are interested in buying real estate LOCALLY. But I say, why wait for Google to get business? You can be out and about LO...
Posted almost 6 years ago
As the vice president of a major corporation, he had been thrilled when he was transferred from St. Louis to the San Francisco Bay Area. Yesterday, after nearly a year of cross country commuting, his St. Louis house still not sold, and his California mortgage still not solidified, he threw in th...
Posted almost 6 years ago
  IS BEING PERISTENT REALLY A GOOD THING? Yesterday, when I FINALLY got approval for a silly little loan that had been sent to no less than 3 banks in 3 months, I got a compliment of the highest kind from the head processor in our office. "WOW. I would like to have you as my loan officer because ...
Posted almost 6 years ago
Early in my career, I was fortunate enough that a well-established local Realtor referred me a teacher, who was also a single mom, seeking to buy her first home. To say I was thrilled and flattered would be an understatement. Realtor knew I was somewhat new to the business, could have chosen one ...
Posted almost 6 years ago

Janet Guilbault

San Francisco Bay Area Direct Mortgage Lender
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