RESIDENTIAL;EDITION VOLUME 16 ISSUE 10 OC TOBER 2009
Seller-funded reductions may ease the
sales process for buyers and sellers
America’s Mortgage Choice
By pushing for more investor-finance options, brokers can
help offset inventory glut
The Norris Group
Tools and Tips
Unsure where to plant your flag?
Consider what you do best
USA Funding Corp.
Mortgage professionals who work in the reverse-mortgage niche must understand
an array of state and national regulations. Sorting them out marks an important
step toward helping qualfied homeowners borrow against their home equity.
By;Jim;Milano, Weiner Brodsky Sidman Kider PC
Key characteristics often pop out in
brokers who truly work their specialty
Mortgage Banking Solutions
You don’t always need a large niche to
be the local — or national — leader
City 1st Mortgage Services
Is that a new typeface? Why, yes —
and thanks for noticing.
Plus: Tip of the Month and news
Condos and co-ops rule in
NYC’s largest borough.
CORRECTION The e-mail address for Edward L.
Conner and the National Flood Insurance Program
is FloodSmart@dhs.gov. The address listed on
Page 22 of September’s residential edition is not
Brokers should understand what to do
before and after enforcement actions
Foster Pepper PLLC
In the changing regulatory
landscape, it can be wise to hire
someone to watch your back
Document Nation LLC
It’s smart to know the intent of
Fannie Mae form No. 1004MC —
aka, Freddie Mac form No. 71
Radian Guaranty Inc.
30 | Understanding Reverse
For equity-rich borrowers ages
62 and older, options such as the
HECM often are worthwhile
What’s new online in October
TILA changes’ marketing impact
How to use education as a tool
When and why outsourcing works
The importance of mentoring
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