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There is nothing more emotionally gratifying than knowing you have gotten 1st time home buyers off to the best start possible with a customized loan program, financial educational tools to start off their journey towards building their success in life. Having an accounting background puts me at the top of the Industry in understanding complex tax situations, self employed borrowers and their unique situations. Having closed over 6,300 mortgage loans; gives me a very deep experience level very few in my Industry have attained. Having kept abreast of Realtor issues for 31 years as well through licensing also gives me a unique perspective and empathy to what agents have to go through on a sales transaction. I take great pride in getting a prequalification to stay loyal to the agent that first referred them to me even if it is 3 years later. It takes long time experience, empathy and knowledge to attain a long range financial strategy for clients whether it be through my backgrounds or my ability to work with a client's team of financial professionals to include Wealth managers, CPAS, insurance, financial and estate planners. I look forward to the opportunity to be of service to you..Please call me today. - See more at: http://activerain.com/profile/suziboyle#sthash.yoakhWd0.dpuf

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2012 

The all-encompassing measure of economic activity, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), was revised up a notch to 3.0 percent growth in the fourth quarter of 2011.  In short, everyone’s income and businesses combined, after accounting for inflation, rose by 3.0 percent on an annualized pace. For the yea...
Posted about 2 years ago
It comes as no surprise to those in the real estate industry that there is a seasonal pattern to home sales data. This concept is also easily understood by those outside of the industry who can picture families with school-age children preferring to purchase homes and move in the summer flooding ...
Posted about 2 years ago
(TheNicheReport.com) Alarming reports from diametrically opposed areas of the United States are revealing that mortgage lenders and the law firms representing them are still engaged in highly dubious foreclosure practices. Mortgage audits in California and North Carolina showed a high percentage ...
Posted about 2 years ago
By MATT PHILLIPS Mortgage rates are the lowest on record. But by a key historical measure, they should be even lower. Over the past year, a wide gap ripped open between the mortgage rates house hunters see and a benchmark interest rate investors demand to buy bonds backed by home loans. <!-- lib...
Posted about 2 years ago
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New home sales fell a notch in January, but the figures for the last two months are the highest in 12 months.  The latest newly constructed home sales of 321,000 is comfortably above the cyclical low point during the summer of 2011. During the boom years, 1.3 million newly constructed homes were ...
Posted about 2 years ago
Taxpayers have advanced almost $50 million in legal payments to defend former executives of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in the three years since the government rescued the giant mortgage companies, a regulatory analysis has found. <!--forceinline--> Add to Portfolio Federal National Mortgage Assoc...
Posted about 2 years ago
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SECTIONS 404 and 406 of the Dodd-Frank law of July 2010 add up to just a couple of pages. On October 31st last year two of the agencies overseeing America’s financial system turned those few pages into a form to be filled out by hedge funds and some other firms; that form ran to 192 pages. The co...
Posted about 2 years ago
While experts continue to warn that housing has not yet hit bottom, a slew of indicators suggest otherwise. The latest is a stellar quarterly earnings report from Home Depot, which is benefitting from hopeful owners sprucing up for the spring selling season. Home Depot said Tuesday that net inco...
Posted about 2 years ago
Realtor® comments and replies this month to the January 2012 survey for the REALTORS® Confidence Index indicate favorable market developments but also continued concern with issues related to lending and appraisals: http://www.realtor.org/research/research/reps. REALTOR® confidence in the outlook...
Posted about 2 years ago
Economic activity remained positive in the fourth quarter of 2011, driven by increased consumer and business spending. With employment showing signs of improvement, the outlook for commercial real estate points to a positive year.   Economic Activity Based on the Bureau of Economic Analysis’s sec...
Posted about 2 years ago
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