[ad#Kirchmeyer] [vimeo id=”31274257″ width=”601″ height=”338″] A recap of the annual meeting in Boston provided an optimistic mood of the state of the reverse mortgage industry.
[vimeo id=”30926524″ width=”601″ height=”338″] Non-FHA Approved Brokers find themselves out in the cold when it comes to FHA’s list of HECM approved lenders. [ad#Webinar Promo websites]
[ad#Kirchmeyer] [vimeo id=”30921078″ width=”601″ height=”338″] [ad#Webinar Promo websites] Do you dread Mondays? If so here are a few tips to help break the cycle: Friday review: Time block Monday, organize paperwork, schedule call backs, empty inbox and email Get back to you…. Emails requiring a response received late Friday can
Meeting Seniors Financial Challenges Many people look forward to retirement as a time of leisure, when they can finally relax and do what they wish: take a trip, play golf, or embrace a lifelong passion such as music or art. But if they’re hurting for money, none of these dreams
[ad#Kirchmeyer] [vimeo id=”30521686″ width=”601″ height=”338″] HUD Secretary says fund backing reverse mortgages looks good… The lackluster condition of of the Mutual Mortgage Insurance fund in fiscal year 2010 lead to some sweeping changes which included a reduction of principal limit factors, an increase of ongoing FHA insurance and the introduction
[ad#Kirchmeyer] [vimeo id=”30560610″ width=”601″ height=”338″] If you missed last week’s Food for Thought on a stress-free work life you can view it here. Five Steps to Learn from Failure: 1. What can I learn from this? 2. What could I have done differently? 3. Do I need to acquire or
Undivided attention During a recent consultation with a coaching client the discussion turned to the topic of focus and how to stay on task when there are so many potential distractions in a given day. This got me thinking…… Having been a speaker as well as an attendee at many
The process of aging makes one more vulnerable when it comes to trust While it’s true that people don’t change dramatically just because they grow older (see Marketing to the Mature Homeowner/Part 1), there is one area in which aging makes us more vulnerable: trust. As people age and watch