VA Loans Create Opportunity and Responsibility

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A recent crackdown on loan churning promotes transparency, but more education is needed. By Kraig Spence, manager, Churchill Mortgage's Columbia, Maryland, branch | Housing may be one of the strongest sectors of the economy right now, but some 10 years ago the mortgage meltdown and resulting … [Read more...]

WARNING: IT’S EASY TO BE DUPED BY A MORTGAGE FRAUD

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WARNING: IT’S EASY TO BE DUPED BY A MORTGAGE FRAUD A foreclosure occurs when a bank seizes a property because the homeowner can’t keep up with mortgage payments. As a result, he or she abandons the home or voluntarily deeds it to the bank. A family may not be able to pay their mortgage for many … [Read more...]

Why Big Banks LOVE Paying Fines to the U.S. Government

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“Deutsche Bank said they were happy to settle with the Federal Reserve. Why is Deutsche Bank happy to settle? Because their assets are pushing $2 trillion according to Forbes. The bank brings in tens of billions of dollars each year. Under the circumstances, $156 million is a small price to pay to … [Read more...]

Graying Hair Linked To Immune Response, Study Finds

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What is the science behind our hair turning gray? Researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham have a possible answer and it may also explain why vitiligo patients develop unpigmented patches of skin. The study titled "A direct link between MITF, innate immunity, and hair graying" was … [Read more...]

Enhancing Seller Financing

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By: Jeffery S. Watson   Many of you know that I have been working as a founding member of the Seller Finance Coalition for the passage of HR1360 which would enhance seller financing (doing transactions without the underwriting of a licensed mortgage originator). HR1360 has been introduced … [Read more...]