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Mortgage Lending Services' Jeff Zajac named a Minnesota Monthly's Best Real Estate Professional

PLYMOUTH, MN (November 13, 2017) Jeff Zajac, an Area Sales Manager with Mortgage Lending Services, LLC, was recently named a Minnesota Monthly’s Best Real Estate Professional.

The list, compiled annually by Minnesota Monthly magazine, recognizes mortgage, real estate and insurance professionals in the state who are dedicated to simplifying the home buying or selling process for their clients. To ensure the best professionals are included, the magazine asked 15,000 homebuyers, subscribers and industry peers to nominate qualified professionals based on customer service, market knowledge, integrity, communication, negotiation, post-sale service and overall satisfaction.

“Jeff has always been a strong leader within our organization,” said Nathan Grunzke, Executive Vice President of Mortgage Operations at Mortgage Lending Services. “As a knowledgeable mortgage professional with the ability to support his clients’ individual needs, Jeff fully deserves to be included on this prestigious list.

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Airlines are bumping fewer passengers off oversold planes after taking to heart the public anger over a man being violently dragged from his seat earlier this year.

The U.S. Department of Transportation said Thursday that airlines bumped 2,745 passengers between July and September.

That is about one in every 67,000 passengers, and it is the lowest rate since the department started keeping track of bumping in 1995.


Mortgage giant Freddie Mac says the rate on benchmark 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages hit 3.95 percent, up from 3.90 percent last week and highest since July. A year ago, it stood at 3.94 percent. The rate on 15-year home loans, popular among those who refinance mortgages, climbed to an average 3.31 percent, highest since April and up from 3.24 percent last week and 3.14 percent a year ago.


St. Paul-based architecture and engineering firm TKDA announced

What is the best way to play a rebound in the subprime mortgage / financial services space?

For those looking to make money on the ongoing panic in the financial services area, what is the best vehicle (ETF, mutual fund, equity, or bond) to play a rebound in this sector on the long side? Your ideas, please.

Indeed they stuffing has been knocked out of the financial sector. I am not sure what the best way to play it is. Here are a couple of ideas for you to consider.

ACAS and CSE are two options.