During these unprecedented times, it's important for agents to do everything they can to protect themselves and their buyers from unwanted surprises. Here are a few things you can do
by Troy Palmquist | Apr 23
Save your clients financial headaches by warning them about these basic mistakes
by Michelle Gibson | Feb 25
Angelic behavior for a few months won’t erase past poor decisions
by Steve Cook | Feb 21
The most annoying behavior is creating more work for agents without creating a mutually beneficial relationship
by Cara Ameer | Feb 18
The new model will have greater predictive powers while reducing risk for lenders
by Patrick Kearns | Jan 24
It might seem like we host these events for our sellers’ sake, but when done at a high level with consistent attention to detail, they serve our businesses too
by Nicole Solari | Mar 19
Agents need to revamp their strategy when it comes to the largest homebuyer segment — think financing, influencing and creative marketing
by Troy Palmquist | Dec 4
Buyers and sellers can go to one place for a quote and mortgage
by Britt Chester | Nov 9
Online pre-qualification and lending provider boasts an impressive team of tech and finance professionals.
by Craig C. Rowe | Mar 20
NAR survey finds pros and cons for agents in the first year under the new mortgage transaction regime
by Amy Tankersley | Oct 4
Buyers need to take the power into their own hands
by Brad Springer | Jun 2
Let your clients know, for RESPA's sake
by Ryan Fitzgerald | Apr 20
Innovation could change closings through secure technology
by Sam DeBord | Mar 29
The organization will offer regulatory compliance education services to brokers and agents
by Amy Tankersley | Feb 29