Mortgage Matters: Demystifying the Loan Approval Maze comes from an author who has worked in the mortgage industry since 1993, and whose years of experience coincided with some of the biggest changes in the mortgage industry in years. While the loan approval process has always been mercurial, at no time has it presented such confusion or barriers as during these times, making Mortgage Matters a requirement for understanding this maze of regulations, laws, and changing lending practices.
Readers might expect it to be a review of industry history and changing regulations; but will be surprised to find it's as much an actionable strategic plan as a loan industry history.
Chapters also delve into a far more diverse series of perspectives and approaches than competing books on the mortgage process; primarily because the author isn't just a loan officer: she's worked in a variety of related roles (and at different sized companies), from being a banker, a mortgage banker, a mortgage broker, and a private money lender to working at a mid-size bank, a community bank, a mortgage company, and in a small mom-and-pop operation.
This diversity of experience sets her approach in Mortgage Matters: Demystifying the Loan Approval Maze apart from most others, utilizing a diverse professional background of experience in a range of settings to produce the kinds of insights and plans that are backed by tips, notes, and a step-by-step examination of the loan application and the process of analyzing it.
Any seeking clear explanation of the loan process, its underlying structure and influence, and methods for circumventing common obstacles must read Mortgage Matters, notable for its clear and experienced-based survey of the industry's processes....Continua