Blogging About Loans: December 2009

An office of elite mortgage lending professionals with a common interest and goal focused on providing customer service that exceeds expectation. Thereby building our business from repeat and referral opportunities. Ruth Vogt. LMB 100023827. NMLS 257576. Regulated by the Division of Real Estate. Fairway Independent Mortgage is an Equal Housing Opportunity.

Remember when you believed?

Wishes for Santa

Remember when you believed all you had to do was ask?

For those of us in sales, could that be something we often forget?

Ask for a referral?

Ask for the appointment?

Ask for the business?

Believe in... YOURSELF!

Are you wishing for a prosperous New Year in 2010? Or believing it?

Something to think about!


Opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the view of Fairway Independent Mortgage.

Ruth Vogt Colorado Mortgage Lender Ruth Vogt, Sales Manager

 #LMB100023827, NMLSR# 257576

 Equal Housing Opportunity. 

 Regulated by the Division of Real Estate.

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   ruthv@fairwaymc.com  303-881-7849.

 

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Comment balloon 22 commentsRuth Vogt • December 30 2009 02:44PM
Remember when you believed?
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Happy Holidays to All!
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Why rates are not going to get to 4%!
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Mortgage Rate Indicators for Denver
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Mortgage Rate Indicators for Denver Although there is no true way to forecast with certainty what rates are going to do, mortgage rate indicators are something to keep an eye on if you are trying to decide when to lock your interest rate… more
Mortgage Rate Indicators for Denver
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Mortgage Rate Indicators for Denver With the announcement that the FED will "scale back" it's purchases of Mortgage Backed Securities (MBS's) by early 2010, comes the question, what will happen to rates??? Real Estate markets… more
If Rip Van Winkle Woke up Today, Would he Buy a Home?
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Most of us are familiar with the tale of Rip Van Winkle who falls into a deep sleep after drinking a mysterious brew. Ever wonder what HE might say if he woke up today after a ninety-nine year nap about homeownership? It might go something like this… more
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FHA Changes.. yes… MORE!
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FHA Changes. Two FHA changes happening right now that aren't related… or are they? There is a proposal (scheduled to go into effect Jan 1, 2010) that indicates one of the FHA changes is that brokers will no longer be approved by FHA… more