Time to Refi

Written by Kathleen Heck on July 11, 2019
Refinance

Time to Refi? This is not an old blog! Check out this Tweet, especially the date! According to themselves, Mortgage Market Guide is “The most reliable source of information available to protect your pipeline and help your clients make sound … Continue Reading


Craziest Things Used as Collateral

Written by LeeAnn Reynolds on February 22, 2019
Cheese

Collateral is used as a type of insurance when you take out a loan – if something happens and you can’t repay your loan, the bank or lender still has the collateral, so they can get something back. One common … Continue Reading


Don’t Refinance – Get a Home Equity Loan Today!

Written by LeeAnn Reynolds on February 15, 2019
Earning Equity

What is Equity? At Today’s Rates: Home Equity Loan is a Smarter Deal Than a Cash Out Refinance You could have cash hidden in your home and not even realize it. We’re not talking about a hidden stash of treasure – … Continue Reading


Like a Fine Whine… How Age Affects MLOs

Written by Kathleen Heck on January 29, 2018
Like a Fine Whine

… like a fine whine … I get better with age.  SO sorry to completely annihilate an excellent and often repeated quote. [“I’m like a fine wine. I get better with age. The best is yet to come.” ― Richelle … Continue Reading