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Yuma Mortgage & Yuma Home Loan Specialist • NMLS# 180899

Yuma, AZ Mortgage News Articles


Sep
24
2009

Is There Any Money Left

With the credit crises we have seen over the past couple of months, the media has buyers and sellers worried there is no money left for home financing.

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Sep
24
2009

Derek R. Egeberg Earns Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist (CMPS®) Designation.

Yuma, AZ – Derek Egeberg, Branch Manager for Academy Mortgage in Yuma, Arizona has passed the qualifying exams to earn the Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist (CMPS) designation granted by the CMPS Institute, Ann Arbor, Michigan, a training, certifying and ongoing membership organization created to help mortgage professionals integrate financial planning concepts into the mortgage process. CMPS designees can offer clients strategies that encompass mortgages, debt, home equity and real estate investment.

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Sep
24
2009

Life After Bankruptcy

Yuma, AZ – Bankruptcy is an uncomfortable subject for a variety of reasons. The most obvious is the potential havoc it can wreak on your finances.

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Sep
24
2009

Is your credit score about to fall?

Yuma, AZ – As lenders and credit companies look to protect themselves in this economic cycle, they will inadvertently put your good credit score at risk. There are 5 general areas for credit scoring

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Apr
28
2008

Is Now the Right Time to Buy?

(Yuma, AZ) While the national media outlets are reporting housing bubbles and price corrections, they often miss the underlying story.

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Jun
12
2007

Sub-prime questions left unanswered by national media

While the national media outlets are reporting the facts, they often miss the underlying story.

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Jun
12
2007

Is Now A Good Time to Buy Real Estate?

While the national media outlets are reporting the facts, they often miss the underlying story.

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Jun
12
2007

Sub-prime questions left unanswered by national media

While the national media outlets are reporting the facts, they often miss the underlying story.

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