Opendoor Home Loans is available in six markets across Texas and Arizona and is supposed to provide consumers with a simpler, faster and cheaper lending experience
by Jim Dalrymple II | Aug 29
The CHOICERenovation program offers homebuyers a single loan with just one set of closing costs that they can use to buy a house and then fix it up
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 21
In 2007, only 30% of first-time service members and veteran buyers used a VA loan. That increased to 78% by 2016
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 1
Opinion
Be their 100-percent mortgage lender
by Lou Barnes | Dec 1
Housing subsidies are going to wealthy homeowners at nearly twice the rate of low income renters
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 13
Educate your buyers, and set their expectations
by Robert Hoyt | Oct 26
Don't run away at the first sign of obstacles
by Peter Lorimer | Sep 13
Some people get sick of paying another person's mortgage
by Peter Lorimer | Sep 2
5 strategies for creating success in complex markets
by Barb Zuckerwise | Aug 3
Email alerts and secure messaging keep clients connected to the status of their mortgage
by Caroline Feeney | Jun 23

Ever need to talk someone though applying for a home loan? In this week’s video, Peter Lorimer of PLG Estates talks about the process of home loan qualification.

by Peter Lorimer | Jun 17
Don't let closing affect your health
by Emily Hoffman | Jun 6
Direct lender uses the app to connect the borrower, real estate agent and loan officer
by Kimberly Manning | May 27
It should be about peoplework
by Jonathan Aizen | Apr 1
Although the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule was created to make the homebuying process simpler and easier, a ClosingCorp survey suggests that experienced buyers are encountering ‘unexpected costs, fees and surprises’
by Amy Tankersley | Mar 15