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How to learn about all the different loan programs
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dave
Posted 1/8/2006 4:54 PM (#682)
Subject: How to learn about all the different loan programs
I am just starting out as a loan officer. I would like to learn about all of the different types of loan programs, more specifically the hard to finance borrower. Any ideas on websites or books I should check out? All suggestions are welcome. Thanks.
Guest
Posted 1/16/2006 10:51 AM (#699 - in reply to #682)
Subject: RE: How to learn about all the different loan programs
Hi there. I would say if you work in a broker's office like I do. Go into the different investor websites (whichever ones you use) and start reading the guidelines. It's alot to read but I guarantee it will help.
James
Posted 2/17/2006 5:32 PM (#801 - in reply to #682)
Subject: RE: How to learn about all the different loan programs
All you need is lenderlab.com. Get you an account with them and then you can search all lenders based on the scenario that you input.
starfox
Posted 7/1/2008 12:28 AM (#1787 - in reply to #682)
Subject: RE: How to learn about all the different loan programs
Posts: 10
First learn FNMA / Freddie
Then FHA / VA

Ask your wholesale reps.
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