Self-congratulations aside, I was actually pretty humbled when Linda Fiorella of LearnVest, a contributor to Forbes, picked my brain for an article, Secrets of a Loan Officer.
As much as I’ve blogged about the topics Ms. Fiorella asked me in the article, they’re things that every homebuyer applying for a mortgage and every homeowner looking to refinance should be aware of, such as …
What does a mortgage loan officer do?
So what happens if you don’t use a loan officer?
Why are mortgage rates constantly changing?
What top factors determine if someone gets a loan?
Is there anything that you can do to improve your chances of getting approved for a loan?
What are the most common reasons why people get turned down for loans?
If you’ve been denied a loan, what can you do to increase your chances with another lender?
How can I tell if it’s really worth it to refinance?
Any tips for finding the right mortgage lender?
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