Items Tagged with 'Realtors'

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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: C2 Financial cutting ties with Quicken Loans this week

    Also, why do real estate agents sabotage online lenders?
    "We've been growing their business a while and we offer extremely competitive pricing. We thought we were doing a good job. C2’s owner, Ron Tomko, actually told us that himself, and we hadn’t heard any negative feedback until this decision," Quicken Loans CEO Jay Farner told HousingWire late Sunday night.
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  • Existing home sales decrease for third consecutive month

    But median sales price reaches all-time high
    Existing home sales decreased for the third consecutive month in June, but the ongoing supply and demand imbalance helped push the median sales price to an all-time high, according to NAR. But the association said it’s important to note that despite the modest year-over-year rise in inventory, the current level is far from what is needed to satisfy demand levels.
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  • Real estate entrepreneur sentenced 20 years for fraud

    Ordered to pay investors $189,000 in restitution fees
    Everett Craig Williams, a real estate entrepreneur, is spending 20 years behind bars for swindling thousands of dollars from investors, according to an article written by L.M Sixel at the Houston Chronicle. Williams used investor money to finance his personal expenses.
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  • What Realtors need to know about Millennials

    And what mortgage lenders should tell them
    [Op-ed] A strong Realtor/lender partnership will only make the transaction more successful and the client experience more pleasant. We take time to praise each real estate agent we partner with, and offer accolades and positive reviews. You should too, and here's why.
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  • NAR: Is inventory the biggest threat to Realtors?

    Home price gains continuously outpace income growth
    Pending home sales modestly decreased in May, marking the fifth consecutive month of annual declines, according to the latest report from the National Association of Realtors. NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun says although the lackluster spring is largely attributed to low supply, closing data suggests that home price gains continue to outpace income growth.
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