Mortgage Broker

Guardian Angel: David Stout Learns His Clients Story and Goals

By Joanna England / March 5, 2015 / 0 Comments

Though we realize that this month’s Guardian Angel from Guardian Mortgage isn’t from around here, David Stout does have a lot of the characteristics you’ll find in a true Texan. We forgive this New York native for his Yankee past, but we have to laud his wonderful ability to guide his clients through one of […]

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About My Congressman, Pete Sessions’ Sweetheart $1,000,000 Mortgage Loan Deal: I’m Pissed

By Candy Evans / January 20, 2012 / 11 Comments

We are in the process of refinancing and it has been hell. So you can imagine my surprise yesterday when I learned that my very own Congressman, Pete Sessions, along with three other members of Congress, is under investigation for the favorable rates they received from Countrywide Financial Corp., which was a poster child for sub-prime lending. The […]

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Dallas Real Estate News: You Can Get a Mortgage if You Have a W-2

By Candy Evans / April 27, 2011 / 0 Comments

I was in Southlake over the weekend, and on radio 1160 am with renown mortgage broker Ron Schultz. He said what I’ve written now about a hundred times: there are loans out there for folks with good credit scores and W-2s. The biggest problem is finding mortgage loans for the self-employed. Those deals are near […]

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Free House: Foreclosure Glitch in Homestead States Could Mean The House Is All Yours

By Candy Evans / March 24, 2011 / 0 Comments

Free house, anyone? Or how to save on real estate big time. You’ve got to read this story by my colleague Sheree Curry and chime in — hope I get it straight: a couple in Iowa made one payment on their $278,000 home and then went to see a bankruptcy attorney about letting the house […]

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