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09/07/2016

The Inside Track to Acing Your Final Exam With Your Lenders

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By Kate Steineman

If you are like me, you have been glued to the television watching the summer Olympics.  The talent that those athletes have is amazing to behold.  Each of them depends on a score to understand where they stand in their given sport and what it would take for them to win the gold.

 In today’s regulatory environment, we all want to be gold medal agents. There are increasing requirements of us from your lenders, and they could vary from lender to lender.   Knowing those expectations, and how they measure your performance, is critical for you to “go for the gold”. 

Please join Kate Steineman and me at our Notable session; “The Inside Track to Acing Your Final Exam with Your Lenders” at the ALTA Annual Convention in October to discuss what lenders are measuring and what criteria is being included in their scorecards.  Come ready for an interactive session and bring your questions regarding the scorecard/evaluation process.

Kate Steineman is Vice President and Business Liaison Manager at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. She can be reached at [email protected]. Steineman and Jack Rattikin III, President and CEO at Rattikin Title Company, will speak more in depth about this topic during a session titled "The Inside Track to Acing your Final Exam with your Lenders" at ALTA's Annual Convention. Click here to register.

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