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Old 09-18-2012, 07:36 PM
 
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Hi, I'm seriously considering relocating to Charlotte. I had the opportunity to visit the area when I attended my nephew's high school graduation party in my sister's home in Weddington. I fell in love with Charlotte. The friendliness of the folks, the cost of living and the fact that I have family there make it an easy decision. I'm vested with my current employer and able to get a pension with another company. I'm currently working for a non for profit helphing first time home buyers. I created a homebuyer orientation, I teach financial literacy, pre and post purchase classes. I am also a loan originator for our rehab loan portfolio. My current delinquency rate is 3.21 over 90 days. I am the loan servicer educated by NeighborWorks America. Any suggestions people?
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Old 09-19-2012, 05:45 AM
 
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According to the media, and probably what you have heard from many, we are #1 in job and business growth in the USA.
Here's a fact that is worth looking into...we are the third highest in unemployment in the country!
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Old 09-19-2012, 07:47 AM
 
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Hi, I'm seriously considering relocating to Charlotte. I had the opportunity to visit the area when I attended my nephew's high school graduation party in my sister's home in Weddington. I fell in love with Charlotte. The friendliness of the folks, the cost of living and the fact that I have family there make it an easy decision. I'm vested with my current employer and able to get a pension with another company. I'm currently working for a non for profit helphing first time home buyers. I created a homebuyer orientation, I teach financial literacy, pre and post purchase classes. I am also a loan originator for our rehab loan portfolio. My current delinquency rate is 3.21 over 90 days. I am the loan servicer educated by NeighborWorks America. Any suggestions people?
You mean, other than applying to banks and mortgage brokerages?

No.
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Old 09-19-2012, 11:08 AM
 
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I say if you love it go for it! According to the stats I'm better off in Charlotte than NJ cause the unemployment rate here in NJ is 16%. Record high for my area is 18%. So go figure....

In this econonmy getting a job will be tough no matter where you live. You might as well live in an area that you love

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Old 09-19-2012, 09:54 PM
 
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I would really like to have clarity if there are companies other than banks and brokerage firms where people can be educated on the home buying process. I'm definitely going for it. Maybe I'll have to take something to pay the bills until I find something I will have a passion for. Thanks for the encouragement you all.
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