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  • September 2019

    August 2019

    Bright MLS, Homesnap create multi-listing platform

    2019-08-30T22:23:38+00:00Loans, Mortgage Lenders|

    Multiple listing service Bright MLS and home search portal Homesnap announced the launch of a multichannel digital marketing product for members of Bright MLS. Agents who use the product are able to create advertising campaigns simultaneously for Google, Facebook, Waze, and Instagram from within the listings themselves.

    After June’s 2-year hike in VA mortgage fees, Congress is ready to do it again

    2019-08-30T21:18:48+00:00Loans, Mortgage Lenders|

    Most Americans would agree Congress seems to be gridlocked. But, there’s at least one exception to the impasse: Hiking fees for VA mortgages. Two months ago, Congress approved a two-year hike in funding fees for VA home loans to fund care for disabled veterans. Now, another bill is pending that would extend it by six years.

    Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac offering financial assistance to those in Hurricane Dorian’s path

    2019-08-30T21:18:48+00:00Loans, Mortgage Lenders|

    Hurricane Dorian is forecasted to slam the Florida coast this weekend as a Category 4 hurricane. As Florida prepares for Hurricane Dorian's wrath, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae and Department of Housing and Urban Development are offering relief services for those affected.

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