Is there anything in the $2 Trillion dollar stimulus package which provides help for real estate agents? Here is a preliminary roundup & summary of information courtesy of Bob Bergeron at Crescent Title. Point #1: Do Real Estate Agents DO Qualify A concern among real estate agents has been their self-employed, independent contractor status. However,
Updated: 3-24-2020 As a Critical Financial Services Firm, America’s Mortgage Resource remains open to serve our clients & referral partners. Continual changes to interest rates & guidelines make it vitally important to stay in touch with clients and referral partners right now. Fortunately, our technology allows us to do a great deal of mortgage work
When’s the last time you checked in with your clients about their retirement income needs? Recent studies show today’s seniors face rising costs for medication & in-home care as well as increased pressure from family members for financial help. Instead of tapping into retirement funds to get cash, a reverse mortgage could be just the
Dixie Beer Brewery was a New Orleans staple from 1907 until Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005. After the storm and resulting flood, the brewery was closed and forced to move brewing out of state. It’s a story locals know all too well. But just like Hubig’s Pies and other local NOLA brands we love, Dixie
Do you have potential clients who seem a bit too content with renting? Maybe they’re afraid they won’t quality or can’t come up with a down payment? Whatever the reason, it’s always a good idea to share with them the current state of the rental market and the low/no-down payment programs available to first-time homebuyers.
Realtors: Can you live with a 1.6% increase in your business this year? If not, read this.
January usually brings a healthy dose of hope & optimism about the year ahead. And let’s face it, everyone wants to close more business than last year. Whatever your goals are for 2020, if you are a local, metro New Orleans based real estate agent, the market is NOT going to hand them to you.
“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…” Charles Dickens: A Tale of Two Cities Right now is an interesting time to be in the service of our nation’s senior citizens. Seniors have more liquidity than ever. But they also face higher pressure and greater threats on the financial front. That’s
Did you make New Year’s Resolutions for 2020? If you did and are still working on them, you’re winning! Studies show that a tiny percentage of people actually follow through with New Year’s Resolutions. Even if you didn’t set a New Year’s Resolution, EVERYBODY likes the idea of a fresh start for a new year.
Realtors & Financial Professionals - We Should Know Better!
Sometimes we learn about a subject matter that changes our perspective or idea of how a product works. Take an experienced real estate agent for instance. Most have heard about Reverse Mortgages but not the full reverse mortgage product line. The same holds true for financial advisors & certain money strategies. The “Ah ha” moment
People tend to think of spring & summer as the time of year for home improvement projects. But if you want a great deal on a trip to Disney, do you go in the summer when the kids are out of school? Or, do you wait until September when you can find short lines and
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