Mortgage Lender Versus Bank Loan

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Mortgage Lender vs. Bank - Who can best get you to "Yes"



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June 14, 2015


This week’s TriCity Real Estate Show is a wealth of information for the home-buying consumer on the difference between applying for a regular bank loan for the new home, or submitting application to a mortgage lender, and which of these two is better qualified to get you to ‘Yes’.  Definitions, facts on who can best support your home buying needs, and opinion from both lender and Realtor® sides of the transaction. Homes for Heroes and much, much more! Click on the Podcasts tab to listen now.


If you're local to the TriCities, you can tune in to the TriCity Real Estate Show on 1490AM & 97.9FM - WOPI - ESPN for the TriCities! 


STREAMING AT www.wopi.com, and also heard on TuneIn Radio smartphone app.

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Rayne Price

Holding a BS in Environmental Science, and MA in Education, real estate was not Shields Team Buyer Specialist Rayne Price's first career choice. It was only after encouragement from his wife and a cl....

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