Shannon Hicks

http://www.reversefocus.com - 1196 Posts - 368 Comments
Shannon Hicks - Shannon is the President of Reverse Focus, Inc. He draws from his experience as a reverse mortgage originator and prior work in the financial services industry. Shannon has been covering reverse mortgage news stories since 2008 when he began podcasting and in 2010 with weekly video updates. He has spoken nationally at industry events and is host of the nation’s only weekly podcast for reverse mortgage professionals “Reverse Focus Weekly”. For more information, call 1.800-805-9328 x 3-3 or visit www.ReverseFocus.com .

The HVCC Changes YOUR business…

Shannon Hicks
Washington, DC – Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) Director James B. Lockhart announced that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will implement a revised Home Valuation Code of Conduct (Code) effective May 1, 2009. The Code is based on an agreement between the Enterprises, the New York State Attorney General Andrew

What is Reverse Mortgage University?

Shannon Hicks
Reverse Mortgage University is the foundation on which I have built my successful Reverse Mortgage company. The foundational building blocks on which I have built my business are universal and can work for anyone who wants to be a successful Reverse Mortgage Loan Originator. We have developed systems which are

Reverse Mortgage Knowledge

Shannon Hicks
In order to become a successful reverse mortgage loan originator you must start with the basics. Master the basic function of the Reverse Mortgage loan origination process, including filling out the loan application; Understanding basic retirement planning; social security income; senior’s typical needs and goals; and what questions to ask

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