Most of the questions that come in first are “Where to start from?” ” How much loan can I borrow?” "Can I get a home loan?" etc. A mortgage lenders criterion says that they won’t lend more than four times the applicant’s annual income. So, if you earn $20,000 than you can borrow up to $80,000.Timeline and documents need for the application might be different from the lenders to lenders.
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our home mortgage holder and then asks if this is "Maureen Sharib or Robert middle initial Sharib. Press 1 to say yes or say yes."
I was busy and I vaguely recognized the name of the bank (Bob pays those bills and the mortgage had just changed hands in one of those govt approved switcheroo-mortgage-scams that are all in a class by themselves but we mere mortals aren't privy to the details to and yes, they seem to be on the rise again too!) and I said "yes."
It then tells me our mortgage payment is late and that it will pause while I "check my record and get my checkbook."
With that I woke up. Not only did I highly doubt our mortgage payment was late (I've never known Bob to be late on a payment!) but the fact that it wanted me to "get my checkbook" is what rang my bell.
However, I wonder how many others "ran" to get their checkbooks and obediently handed over routing numbers and account numbers!
Mortgages are public record and I imagine this new filing (the new bank took our mortgage over maybe a month or two ago) caught the attention of some phishing artists.
Taking this a step further I can also imagine foreclosure filings could be a lucrative phishing hole for scammers to ply their trade against those who have lost jobs so I can see where a scam like this could impact recruiting!
By the way when I pressed 0 to talk to someone live the line went haywire - it went to a fast busy signal which tells me, an experienced phone sourcer, that it's a line having trouble or it's an unassigned line.
In other words, I'm 100% sure out was a phishing call.
(Bob checked - our mortgage went out on auto pay just as it always does and was showing as paid.)…
a. I come across many lead candidates that just don't fit the bill for my company but may with others - mortgage or otherwise. I am simply looking to send them somewhere and hopefully get candidate leads in return.
Does anyone have any ideas on how I can accomplish building this network? Where do I start? …