Field Inspectors Saying “NO” To Low-Fee Mortgage Inspections As Labor Market Tightens
U.S. consumer spending rose solidly in December as households bought motor vehicles and a range of services amid rising wages, pointing to sustained domestic demand that could spur faster economic growth in early 2017.
There are also signs of inflation steadily firming. The strengthening economy, rising price pressures and a tightening labor market could allow the Federal Reserve to lift interest rates at least three times this year.
The mortgage segment is dead. Why would anyone want to perform $3 mortgage inspections with a profit of “maybe” $1.50?