September 12, 2002
This Week's Top Real Estate News
High-end, custom real estate websites made available to Colorado agents at no charge.
YourWayLoan, a leading Colorado mortgage lender, has integrated their cutting edge, multi-million dollar Internet mortgage technology into a professional, high-end, real estate Web site, and subsidized the cost so that agents can deliver the sophisticated tools such as online home searching, email notifications and online qualifications to their homebuyers.
The site provides pages of valuable buyer and seller information, an agent's featured listings (which can be easily updated directly online by the agent), property search engines, complete mortgage financing capabilities including active, up-to-date interest rates, mortgage calculators, pre-qualification wizards, an easy loan application, online loan approval and more! Participating REALTORS® can now offer this value-added service to their clients, where they will enjoy the convenience and savings of a one-stop home buying, selling, and financing experience on the Internet.
Estate Tip - Understanding Negative Amortization
Mold - Understand the Risks
Alliance delivers power message to NAR
Give us clout on Internet, broker lobby argues
Local MLS speaks to VOW policy
Group upholds local regulation, points out problems with NAR’s proposed EDD policy
Rates edge up from record lows
Freddie Mac, Bankrate weekly surveys show rates inching up, experts see no trend
Ask more, reap unexpected benefits
Alternate and additional profit center for the real estate agent
Gift programs cloud tax picture
IRS says seller down payment 'contributions' not deductible
Free access to online credit reports made available to Colorado agents.
Colorado real estate agents now have the ability to instantly provide their homebuyers with a free credit report online.
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