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Welcome to the Mortgage Horror Blog.  The Mortgage Segment of the industry is the home of 99% of all of the problems in the field services industry. The field services industry offers some great opportunities in the commercial and insurance segments. The purpose of this blog is to identify the problems in the Mortgage Segment and to separate the problem-plagued Mortgage Segment from the better segments of the industry

Court Trial Of Mortgage Order Mill Owner Starts On February 19th

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The trial of Eden businessman Mickey Dale Snow is expected to begin Feb. 19 in Catawba County. He faces multiple felony charges alleging he paid between $5 to $20 for sex with Teresa Vanover’s minor daughters. The mother, along with three other men also charged in the case, have pleaded guilty and are serving their sentences. Snow has maintained his innocence.

Everyone is innocent until proven guilty in a court. The mother of the minor children and three other men have pleaded guilty and are in prison. You know that they will be called as witnesses. My guess is that the case is very strong and that Mickey Snow … 74 years old … will be found guilty and will die in prison. A jury will decide.

Avoid Working For Mortgage Inspectors Who Pose As Mortgage Order Mills … Read This Short Horror Story

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There are a lot of horror stories in the mortgage segment. Here is a real short  horror story in 479 words.

“I started working with (Name Deleted) as a subcontractor late last year. After retiring, it seemed the ideal job for a little added income. Little being the operative word. Schedule was to be flexible, inspections were priced at $3 -$5 each, with a promised unlimited amount of work available. Continue reading

Arizona Alaska & Colorado Mortgage Delinquencies Less Than 1% … Record Lows

The CFPB reports that as of March, Arizona’s serious delinquency comes in at 0.8 percent, while California has one of the lowest serious delinquency rates in the nation at 0.6. The only two states lower than California are Alaska and Colorado—both at 0.5 percent.

Mortgage inspections are dead. I have to
compete with many mortgage inspectors
for just a very few $3 inspections. Some of
my competition is working for $2.