AMG is Almost Five, And I’m Still Here

Birthday Cake

This blog is approaching its five year anniversary on Feb 1st, 2010. As I think about the coming milestone I wanted to share with you some changes that have been occurring on the back end recently.

At one point I used to update this blog on a daily basis.  There was a time when I used to be on the cutting edge of breaking news, information and home financing tips. However, I’ve slowed down a bit over the past few years. For starters I haven’t been even been in the industry since 2008, so you can understand why I haven’t been around. Aimee has been the primary blogger and for all intent and purpose was the “Arizona Mortgage Guru”.  She’s fantastic as a blogger, broker and everything else. However, things have not worked as we had hoped. In fact I’ve already made a few changes around here if you haven’t already noticed.

The first big change is this blog is no longer Aimee’s. It is now back in my (Shailesh’s) hands. So, I guess you can call me the “Arizona Mortgage Guru” again (but you don’t have to if you don’t want to). There are a number of reasons for this but I really can’t go into the details here right now. If you really want to know lets have coffee and I can tell you in person.

The other change to this blog is that I am blogging as a mortgage commentator not  a mortgage professional or broker. Since I was in the mortgage industry for a while and have intimate knowledge of the industry I can still share a lot about the industry. In fact I continue to follow the changes and events in the industry so I have expertise that I can share. Most importantly though, for better or for worse, I’m not tied to the industry. Hence am able to voice my personal opinions and thoughts freely.

There are more changes coming. I will be sure to update you as I make them. In the mean time continue to use this blog as a resource for all your home financing needs.

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