Posts Tagged ‘mortgage meltdown’
RERL-1721-Growing Your Business-Big Banks – How Are They Behaving and Reacting In A Crisis!
Way back in 2008, the government bailed out banks during the mortgage meltdown. While circumstances are not quite the same today, there are a few parallels that exist between the two. Low rates have been fueling this economy and the juice just keeps getting put on to keep things rolling. As a result, smaller banks…Read More
RERL-1670-How to make a smart home purchase before you sell
If you were to look at a chart of Bay Area housing market trends you’d notice some sizeable swings happening. It’s hard to believe that the Bay Area has fallen into an incredibly normal market after dealing with such an intensely hot market. In fact, buyers and sellers have gotten so accustomed to homes spending…Read More
RERL-1663- Banks versus Credit Union – Which one is better?
Credit unions are exactly the same as banks, right? Wrong. While both accept and lend money, the subtle distinctions between the two can add up to big differences when it comes to your happiness. One is arguably not better than the other and each has their own list of pros and cons. So how do…Read More
RERL-1662- John Faylor Real Estate Expert
A lot has been gone on since the last time we had real estate expert John Faylor on the podcast. Just one year ago when we were used to buyers getting beat up it felt as if the market wasn’t ever going to let up. Today the market is more even and no one knows…Read More
RERL-1631-What’s an iBuyer Program and Where are the Buyers?
If you’re in the real estate industry you’ve probably heard a lot about the iBuyer program, but you may not know much about this relatively new program. Consumers who may or may not have heard about it may want to catch up on the latest trends and figure out if they are right for them.…Read More
RERL-1514-Non-Conventional Financing & Stated Income Programs
There are plenty of people out there that don’t fit the traditional W-2 income bill because they are either retired or hold a non-traditional job. What many of them don’t realize is that they are not exempt from financing all-together; they just have to think differently. In the first half of today’s podcast Joe takes…Read More