Calling All Agents in the Phoenix Market

Don’t forget that tomorrow (Thursday March 20th) I’m hosting a mortgage seminar for real estate agents who wish to survive the current market. FHA loan is all the rage, and Canadians are  coming down in droves – as an agent you need to know the lending climate so you can convert inquiries into closed transactions!

I’ll cover the following topics:

  • FHA loans keep market alive (Seller contributions, down payment grants and gifts)
  • VA loans… sometimes the only alternative!
  • Foreign Nationals Program
  • Declining Markets… how this affects your buyers
  • Latest guideline revisions from Fannie and Freddie
  • The latest on the Credit crunch

Not only that I’m providing lunch – free! Come hungry – but also come hungry to learn.

Learn more about the Mortgage Seminar for Real Estate Agents.

Mortgage Seminar for Real Estate Agents

In response to the volume of questions I receive from real estate agents on FHA loans, financing for Canadians (foreign nationals) and other ongoing issues in the mortgage industry we will be conducting a free “lunch and learn” seminar next week. This seminar is designed to help real estate agents get ready for the upcoming Spring and Summer buying season.

We’ll cover the following topics (if you have a topic you’d like to have addressed do let me know):

  • FHA loan overview including seller contributions, down payment and gifts
  • VA loan overview
  • Foreign Nationals Program
  • Declining markets and how the mortgage insurance companies are capping programs
  • Latest guideline revisions from Fannie and Freddie
  • State of the credit crunch
  • A full blown question and answer session

So, if you’re eager to get a piece of the upcoming wave of buyers then this is a must attend event. Did I say it’s free and we’re providing lunch?

Please RSVP with Aimee or Shailesh since seating is limited.

When: March 20, 2008 (Noon) – Please arrive by 11.45 AM

Where: 1201 S Alma School Rd, Room 9975-B
Corner of Alma School and Southern Road (Bank of America Building)

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