Beginner's Information: September 2008 Archives
Today's new consumer article is Listings Not Sourced on MLS, in which I discuss the limits that a system checked for facts imposes upon those claiming to have a property for sale, and why it is good to have those limits, and why properties on sites not sourced on MLS usually do not exist, at least in the sense of being for sale for the claimed price, having the claimed characteristics, etcetera.
It's all about signal to noise ratio.
I'm hoping to have both a Real Loans for Real People post and another Neighborhoods post before Friday.
Today's new consumer article is The Are No Schools That Teach What A Good Agent Needs to Know, which directly takes on the canard that since being an agent doesn't require a college degree, therefore there's nothing special about it and agents cannot possibly be worth any significant money.
I'm in a different kind of September 10th mindset today - our younger daughter is 4, so we're having grandma over and a little party this evening. If I don't get a new article done for tomorrow, please understand.
Today's new consumer article is All Buyer Assistance Programs Require Full Documentation of Income, in which I go over one requirement of all government programs, first time buyer programs, and all other programs where a consumer is getting assistance to purchase or afford a property: the requirement to document sufficient income to be able to afford that loan.
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