Getting a mortgage whether it’s a new home or refinancing to save money can be super stressful!!
In fact, it was one of the MOST stressful parts of my divorce; especially going through the process alone. I had NO clue what I was doing, after all, I was a SAHM for over 12 years, I wish I had someone like Rebecca Richardson to help!
Or a podcast episode like THIS with answers to tough questions!
That’s why I am so grateful for Rebecca Richardson, The Mortgage Mentor!
Rebecca is a Charlotte native and UNC graduated (GO HEELS)! For almost 20 years Rebecca has helped clients understand complex mortgage concepts so they can confidently choose solutions that meet their short- and long-term goals. Saving them time and money she delivers a modern mortgage experience with a personal touch.
Her specialty is advising those going through separation or divorce. Rebecca has a passion for spreading the correct information and she helps her clients move forward swiftly and with clarity.
Staying focused on her clients’ needs, she provides consultation and information on the appropriate mortgage strategy to meet their goals. The mortgage process is simplified by Rebecca’s accessibility and accountability as well as clear and consistent communication.
Highlights of today’s show:
Child and Alimony can be used to qualify for a mortgage
What are the special guidelines?
What is Divorce Settlement Refinancing?
When is it best to sell the marital home?
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[12:59] Rebecca’s passion
[13:34] Check out this great parenting tool: Soberlink (https://www.soberlink.com/)
[15:21] Is it best to sell the marital home?
[16:40] When to refinance?
[19:00] Separating finances during a divorce process
[23:00] Rebecca loves what she does
[25:37] Where to find Rebecca?
Check out this episode!