‘The Mortgage Encyclopedia’ lands on bookshelves

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Whether you are a home buyer, home owner, realty agent, or mortgage lender who wants to know the insider secrets of the mortgage lending business, a "must read" book is Jack Guttentag's new "The Mortgage Encyclopedia." Known as "The Mortgage Professor" in his weekly syndicated newspaper articles (he is Professor of Finance Emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania's prestigious Wharton School of Business), Guttentag's latest book reveals almost everything mortgage borrowers need to know but most lenders don't want to share. Purchase Bob Bruss reports online. Guttentag is clearly on the side of the real estate consumer borrower. He doesn't call mortgage lenders crooks or other bad names, but he clearly warns borrowers about the tricks and deceits some lenders play on their customers. This is a very unusual real estate book. It has no chapters. Just a list of A to Z mortgage topics, plus extremely valuable "refinance break-even tables." Although I once wrote a review of a real est...