The Pros and Cons of Assumable Loans

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This webinar will explore assumable loans. Which mortgages are assumable? What does this type of transaction look like and what are the pros and cons.

If a homeowner wanted to sell, and they had used an FHA or VA assumable loan to purchase their home, is it possible the buyer can get in the rates that the original mortgage was done at? Discover what you could do to assist them with getting the lower rate instead of today's current rates.

Meet Leigh

Leigh Brown, CRS, is a Certified Professional Speaker™ (CSP®) international keynote speaker who happens to be hilarious in an almost-inappropriate-but-still-family-friendly way. Leigh uses her decades of experience as the go-to expert for REALTORS® to help any organization get on track with goal setting and achievement. She knows the secret to solid relationships with clients to ensure that they keep coming back again and again. She talks fast, and every word of it is gold. Leigh's messages are bold, powerful, and full of contagious energy that breaks through barriers and skyrockets your organization towards success. A wife. A mama. Runner, singer, and pianist, who enjoys cooking, gardening, and needlepoint (yes, I'm an old Southern woman). A child of God and a follower of Jesus. Trying to get life right, one mistake at a time.

Meet Phil

Phil Treadwell is a Certified Mortgage AdvisorTM & Market Leader on Your B.R.E.W. Team powered by Thrive Mortgage with 18 years of experience as a top-producing mortgage professional. He is the Host of the Mortgage Marketing Expert podcast, and a sought-after national speaker. He was named to NMP Magazine’s lists of “40 Most Influential Mortgage” in 2019 & “Most Connected Mortgage Professionals” in 2021 & 2022, as well as "Top 20 Mortgage Professional" by Yahoo! Finance in 2020.

Here are some takeaways you can expect from this webinar:

  • Discover which loans are assumable
  • See what an assumable mortgage transaction looks like
  • View the pros of cons of an assumable mortgage

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