New American originator Robert Painter doesn’t need to prospect – hundreds of high-end clients seek him out. It all comes down to interpersonal skills and expertise
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According to court documents, employees at the bank knew about, and even joked about, some borrowers' inability to pay on their mortgages.
The billionaire owner of Berkshire Hathaway knows a thing or two about investing. That’s why when he says the stock market is like an imaginary person who is “kind of a drunken psycho,” you should take his word for it.
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The employee secured the position at HUD despite a criminal record that spanned over two decades.
On the heels of its merger with loanDepot.com, Leif Thomsen talks about the rising cost of producing loans, regulation hurdles and what's ahead for the two companies.
Recognizing success goes a long way to retaining top quality talent.