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Gino Berchock rejoins 360 Mortgage Group
http://www.housingwire.com/articles/28667-gino-berchock-rejoins-360-mortgage-group?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+housingwire%2FuOVI+(HousingWire)
Gino Berchock rejoins 360 Mortgage Group In his new role, he will focus on attracting high quality sales executives to expand 360 Mortgage Group's footprint throughout the region, specifically in Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, South Carolina and North Carolina. "We are

Lighter side of new mortgage rules
http://www.ababj.com/component/k2/item/4346-lighter-side-of-new-mortgage-rules
You recommend adding to the bank's Welcome letter to all new customers the following: “Remember, if you have an adjustable rate mortgage with us, the interest rate will change in about 360 days.” 5. No matter what item you purchase, you always divide

St. Tammany Parish real estate transfers
http://www.nola.com/realestatetransfers/index.ssf/2014/01/st_tammany_parish_real_estate_115.html
Ozone Place, lot 39-A, square 346-A: HSBC Bank USA NA, as Trustee for Merrill Lynch Mortgage Investors Inc. Mortgage Pass-Through Certificates Mana Series 2007-AF1 to Amber howell, $127,500. Pine Alley 100: Alice Yingling Friend to Julia D. Henry, $248

Flagstar Execs Hit With Investor Suit Over $133M FCA Deal
http://www.law360.com/governmentcontracts/articles/503792/flagstar-execs-hit-with-investor-suit-over-133m-fca-deal
The suit comes after Flagstar agreed in February 2012 to pay up to $133 million to settle FCA allegations that the bank improperly endorsed federally-insured mortgage loans that eventually defaulted and falsely certified its loan underwriting practices

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CRE Opinion: Texas Residential Real Estate Is Prime for Disruption

Several contributing factors have come together to create the perfect Molotov cocktail for major disruption in the Texas housing market. For one thing, people are moving to the Lone Star State in droves. Between July 1, 2015 and July 1, 2016 over 400,000 people relocated to Texas—more than any other state during the same time frame. Additionally, employment rates are on the rise with no signs of dropping. As of May 2017, Texas jobs grew at a 2.5 percent annualized rate, up from an already impressive 1.5 percent the previous year.

As more people move to Texas, demand for real estate in major metros like Dallas-Fort Worth is on the rise—and with it, pressure on real estate and mortgage companies to meet the needs of an increasingly tech-savvy customer base.

Millennials Demand a Different Kind of Home Buying Experience

Millennials make up a large portion of those relocating to Texas. According to a report released by Apartment List, Austin, Houston, and San Antonio ranked among the top 10 cities for millennial population growth from 2005 to 2015. Meanwhile, Dallas’ own Mark Cuban began campaigning in 2017 for millennials to move there , as the city ranks in the top 10 metropolitan areas for highest paying jobs (adjusted to cost of living). Because this segment of the population is reaching its prime home-buying years, understanding their needs is vital for those in the real estate industry.

News of Record for Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017

COUNTY JAIL DOCKET (The following people were booked into the Volusia County Branch Jail on felony charges yet to be proven in court.): Jorge L. Rosas, 19, Deltona, theft of guest property by establishment or contract employee; Terrance L. Lowe, 20, Jacksonville, court violation; Timothy W. Chapman, 27, Daytona Beach, court violation; James Threat, 39, Daytona Beach, sex battery of a victim 12 years of age or older with a special condition; Dylan A. Pettiet, 23, Columbia City, Indiana, possession of methamphetamine, loitering or prowling; Justin D. Sampson, 22, Holly Hill, court violation; Dangelo J. Whitlock, 21, Daytona Beach, possession of cocaine, trespassing on property other than a structure or conveyance; Adam J. Smith-Rader, 24, Port Orange, possession of cocaine, loitering or prowling, trespassing on property other than a structure or conveyance; John H. Headen IV, 23, Daytona Beach, possession of a firearm by convicted in state felon, violation of probation; Jonathan W. Scull, 36, Milton, possession of a firearm by convicted in state felon; Christine Harvey, 32, DeLand, possession of methamphetamine, introduction of contraband into a detention facility, failure to appear; Jesse D. Delay, 38, Daytona Beach, possession of ammunition by a convicted in state felon, possession of a firearm by a convicted in state felon, possession of methamphetamine, loitering or prowling; Karen C. Degenaro, 40, Port Orange, petty theft, possession of paraphernalia, possession of hydrocodone, possession of methamphetamine; Aliki V. Sharpe, 38, Daytona Beach, grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000, resisting an officer in recovery of stolen property; Kevin S. Andrel, 59, Daytona Beach, court violation; Tyler C. Finch, 29, St. Petersburg, court violation; Isaac J. Pease, 22, Daytona Beach, fleeing or attempting to elude with lights and siren active; Darius S. Davis, 21, Palm Coast , fleeing or attempting to elude with lights and siren active; Lakeesha D. Crews, 39, Daytona Beach, failure to redeliver leased equipment; Whitney L. Allen, 28, DeLeon Spring, drug offense, possession of paraphernalia, failure to appear; Travis D. Scott, 42, New Smyrna, driving with driver's license canceled, suspended or revoked, violation of probation; Newton E. Hyde, 37, Miami, driving with driver's license canceled, suspended or revoked; Melvin C. Keefer, 32, Daytona Beach, court violation (3); Gary T. Brideau Jr, 20, Daytona Beach, domestic battery by strangulation, false imprisonment; Crystal F. Musser, 35, Daytona Beach, dealing in stolen property, failure to appear (4); William Morrison, 39, Daytona Beach Shores, child abuse, battery; Michael R. Rodriguez-Torres, 24, Deltona, court violation (2); Vernon B. Bowden III, 28, Deltona, court violation (5); Jason D. Anglis, 42, Port Orange, burglary of a structure or conveyance, criminal mischief less than $200; Christine Clinton, 52, Daytona Beach, burglary of a structure or conveyance, battery; Carmen M. Navarra, 44, Edgewater, failure to appear (3); David M. Dauer, 59, Daytona Beach, battery on person 65 years of age or older; Christopher D. Jusino, 31, Deltona, aggravated stalking, violation of injunction against stalking, fleeing or attempting to elude with lights and siren active, fleeing or eluding law enforcement officer at high speed, reckless driving, burglary of an occupied dwelling; Toussant B. Knese, 26, Daytona Beach, aggravated battery of a pregnant person, tampering with a witness; Montel J. Miles, 25, Daytona Beach, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, possession of a weapon by in state felon, possession of a weapon by in state felon (8).

Consider a standard mortgage (360 months) with monthly payments and a nominal rate (monthly compounding) of 6.?

Consider a standard mortgage (360 months) with monthly payments and a nominal rate (monthly compounding) of 6.20%. What portion of the payments during the first 34 months goes toward interest?


In order to answer your question correctly, I went to my favorite mortgage calculator, the address is below. The answer is found like this: 34 months x 607.38 = 23080.44 the amount of total monthly payments paid. At this point you have paid off $3601.