202005.18
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How are Lenders Responding to the Pandemic?

Even as much of America starts to re-open for business, the consequences of the Pandemic are also just starting to hit Main Street.   The latest statistics are that despite the Trillions in money pumped back into the business community and into the pockets of those who lost wages, about 1/3rd of America is now at…

201911.27
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A Great Reminder to be Grateful on Thanksgiving

https://thenationalrealestatepost.com/from-grace-to-entitlement/ Thanks Brian and Frank and the National Real Estate Post  team.  Great Reminder. From all of us at Anderson & Pittman, to all of the folks without whom we couldn’t have helped put some many homeowner’s into the American Dream. .  . . Thank you! Thanks to the title examiners, the appraisers, the credit…

201906.05
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Buy Fresh, Buy Local

Imelda Marcos has nothing on me when it comes to shoe fetishes.   My compulsion is to constantly replace my tennis shoes.   Nike, Adidas, New Balance, Head, Wilson, Babolat . . . they must invest huge sums in the technology to expedite the breakdown of the cushioning in the sole of the shoe.    But I digress….

201905.03
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Sales Procrastination? Consider Your Timing

So you know you need to sell your home.  The reasons are many.   The alibis for procrastination are also many. Sometimes procrastination works in your favor.   Low priority things that you ignore long enough may eventually become altogether unnecessary.    How high a priority is it to sell your home? Once you find the motivation and…

201901.03
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Great Advice for Self-Employed Mortgage Shoppers

Ever since the knee jerk reaction to the crash of  Oh Eight, self-employed borrowers have often been intimidated away from  the mortgage application process. Despite self-employed (the “gig economy”) vocations growing as a market segment, Fear and trepidation have caused a significant 10 year drop off of self-employed applications for home loans.  Dodd-Frank, the 900…