Category Archives: mortgage lender

Credit Repair: What It Is and Why You May Need It

Your Credit, Your Money, Your Life. Special Report About Credit And How It Effects Yo Credit report information Details about your financial behavior and identification information are contained in your personal credit report. This consumer-friendly report is sometimes called a credit file/report or a credit bureau. A copy of your credit report makes it easy […]

Topdot Mortgage Has FHA Approval Withdrawn

Breaking News On TopDot Mortgage   Lender faulted for gross violations of FHA underwriting standards ( WASHINGTON – “The Federal Housing Administration’s Mortgagee Review Board (MRB) today immediately and permanently withdrew the FHA approval of Premium Capital Funding, LLC, a Jericho, New York-based lender doing business as TopDot Mortgage. Today’s action prevents TopDot from participating […]

A Look Back At The Year That Was In Title

The following article, prepared by A.M. Best, gives an assessment of the state of the Title Insurance industry in 2009. The general view is that headwinds will exist in 2010, but that the pricing environment may improve, and the payout to agents may decline. “While the title industry’s premium volume and profitability deteriorated significantly in […]

Potential Remedies To Foreclosure

There are few developments more devastating than the prospect of losing your home. The fact of the matter is that under certain circumstances foreclosure can potentially be averted, and the home retained. The list below offers some of those options that can be explored. As in any financial decision, an advisor that you can trust […]

Buyer Friendly Changes Are Coming

January 1, 2010 Changes Go Into Effect To Protect The Buyer At Closing The buyer in a real estate transaction has often felt like a puppet on a string at the closing table, when unforeseen charges come up that were no where to be found on the good faith estimate. To protect the consumer from […]