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St. John's Mortgage Professionals

www.acmefinancial.com ACME Mortgage Professionals 95 Bonaventure Avenue, St. John's, NL A1B 2X5 709-738-2263

Realtor Susan Gerstman Shares Her Love of East Brunswick With Her Clients

Nestled in the heart of central New Jersey, just off the New Jersey Turnpike, sits a delightful gem of a growing suburban Jewish community. The town of East Brunswick sits within shopping distance of nearby Highland Park/Edison and Lakewood, and is well situated to allow an easy commute to New York City, Philadelphia and all points in New Jersey.

Susan Gerstman, a longtime East Brunswick resident, became a realtor in 1983 after becoming fascinated by the real estate process when she bought her first home. Combining her love of the community with her passion for real estate, she happily sells homes, and the local community in general, to her clients.

Susan noted lot size and home prices as two of the many things that make the community so special. Most East Brunswick homes are located on ⅓-acre plots and are quite affordable. Townhomes range from $250,000 to $500,000 and houses are available from $350,000 to  $1 million with new construction starting at $800,000.

Sanders' 'Medicare for All': A Snare and a Delusion

Bernie Sanders has a health care plan he calls Medicare for all. He's underselling it. His proposal really should be called Medicare for all and a pony. It's everything you could want and then some.

Medicare is a giant government program that pays for health care for seniors and the disabled. Its costs are mushrooming. Over the next ten years, outlays are expected to grow by nearly a third as a share of the economy; over the next 30 years, those costs are expected to double.

Revenues, however, will lag. The Medicare trust fund is on pace to run out of money by 2029.

It's not clear that we as a country can afford Medicare as it currently exists. Merely preserving it without significant cuts would eventually require a tax increase that working people would resent. But instead of looking for ways to economize, the Vermont senator wants to expand the program in a way that the term "vast" barely begins to capture.

His majestic vision goes beyond merely including

mortgage--Who owns it? Please help.?

I bought my home and got financing through a mortgage company (lets call it ACME Mortgage). I make my payments to US Bank, as they aquired the loan. My loan is a Fannie Mae Loan on top of that. I have a single payment to US Bank.


1. Most likely, US Bank "owns" the note but they could also be just the one "servicing" the mortgage for some investment house who owns a "security instrument" into which your mortgage was bundled.

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