Let me tell you a little story.  The subject of this story was a college athlete.  Specifically, he was a swimmer, and a darn good one at that.  He and his relay team had won a lot of competitions and accolades, and they made it all the way to the Olympic trials . . .  only to miss making the summer games by .07 seconds.  A sneeze lasts longer than that. Because of his unique
In light of recent events, I was really going back and forth on whether I should use this title for this week’s edition of Priority Pulse, but I believe once you’ve read it, you’ll agree the title is fitting.  Are we good? Recently, an agent came to me with a very young borrower who wanted to buy a new house.  Before I could ask the usual questions about income, credit, etc., the agent told me
This week’s topic is taken from an experience one of our newer loan originators recently had, and I thought it might be useful to some of you.  Many of you will probably say, “I already knew all that,” but I’m hoping that some of you will walk away feeling enlightened and educated.  (Some may say that last sentence is my passive-aggressive challenge to get everyone to read this article to the very end.  No comment.) So,