Freddie Mac Connects Realtors with Consumers

01/29/2016
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  • From the standpoint of a mortgage or real estate professional, a reduction in consumer debt could be seen as a positive. Less consumer debt -> Lower Back End Ratio -> More money available to purchase homes.

    Further more, less people with consumer debt at 20%+ interest rates means our clients have less outflows sucking their potential downpayment money. Also there is less risk that high interest rates will lead to missed payments and hus lower scores

    Not trying to defend the CFPB, but I never saw revolving credit as a long term net positive for an economy.

    Brad January 29, 2016 6:10 am Reply
  • It’s $19.99 per month….

    Annalisa Ambrose January 29, 2016 1:54 pm Reply
  • Obviously many of us still are unable to actually see your daily video, and we have commented as such here, yet I haven’t seen a response about the problem. For me the problem seems to be with the Safari browser. I ran the link through Firefox and it works perfectly. Another new problem is that now the emails are bringing links from the previous days post. So today (Saturday) I got the link to Friday’s post. Time to wake up the youngsters in your technology department…

    Mr. Krispy January 30, 2016 8:46 am Reply
    • Mr. Krispy, Actually we sent a separate email specifically addressing the video viewing issues with instructions on what to try to fix it on the viewer end just a few days ago. We’re running WordPress and YouTube, so there may be certain browser issues. Hope you can find a solution. We’ve tested over here and are unable to reproduce any issues.

      admin February 1, 2016 6:07 am Reply
  • Is this lack of a video “more progress”? Go back to the way it worked before. We don’t have time to change things so you can continue to make “upgrades” that suck.

    Denny Black February 1, 2016 5:40 pm Reply

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