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The Mortgage Playbook

A pro football team prepares for the big game by training, watching team videos, examining stats, eating and sleeping well, and practicing plays ad nauseam. Fans get ready by purchasing team apparel to wear on game day, planning their tailgates, and placing wagers based on what they have seen all season. Fans will be ranking teams by those that don’t stand a chance, the ones that are bankable powerhouses, and the teams that are full of surprises. In the lead up to the big game, people generally feel pretty sure about what the outcome might be—whether it’s good or bad. Then the game begins, and anything can happen.

While many fans and sportscasters THINK they know what the outcome will be, no one knows. And, if you are a betting man, all you can do is go with your gut. The teams, on the other hand, have to adjust their game as the quarters unfold and things happen. Injuries, bad calls, and unforeseen plays—a good team stands ready for all these things and reacts. With luck, anticipation, and preparation wins the game.

Government shutdown: Resources for federal workers who can’t make mortgage or rent

— If you don’t have any emergency savings or enough of a cushion to get by, here are other options to consider to keep the roof over your head.

Talk to your landlord or lender ASAP. Don’t wait until you’re behind on payments. Lenders may work with you to waive late fees, set up a repayment plan or offer loan forbearance. The key is to explain the situation, says Jeff Cronrod, a founder and board member of the American Apartment Owners Association, one of the nation’s largest residential landlord associations in the U.S. representing 100,000 property owners.

“Not all landlords are rich; they rely on those rent payments to cover their mortgages and property costs,” Cronrod says. “They understand this situation isn’t the tenants’ fault.”

— Cut all unnecessary spending and talk to your creditors. Account for every dollar going out. Look at canceling subscription services, recurring home maintenance services and vacation travel — at least until the shutdown (or your own cash crunch) is over. Learn about other ways to cut back on spending and how to create a budget. Additionally, monitor account balances and, if necessary, pay only the minimum on credit balances until your income is restored, says Mark Hamrick, Bankrate.com senior economic analyst. The Office of Personnel Management posted sample letters on its website that impacted employees can use to ask creditors for leniency on bill deadlines.

Can someone please explain the correlation between credit/mortgage fears and the stock market?

"Major gauges tumble on credit and mortgage market fears; Dow, Nasdaq, S&P 500 all down 10 percent off highs - reaching market correction levels."

This was the headline on CNN.


I work for one of the largest (still standing) mortgage banks in the county. I've been in and out of the industry for 10 years. I got out in the last crash in 1998. By the looks of things, it's a lot worse than it was 10 years ago.