Welcome to my Loan Guide Blog

Welcome to my blog. I am a working mortgage advisor in California, and author of the well-reviewed book The Loan Guide: How to Get the Best Possible Mortgage. (Available on Amazon) I am often contacted as a subject-matter expert and have been quoted in Money.com, Yahoo Finance, U.S. News and World Report, Realtor.com, USA Today,...

The Next Housing Crisis?

More and more of my clients are asking me “Are we at the top of the market?”  It’s a good question.  An even better question is why they think I would know any better than any schmo on the street, but we’ll set that aside for the moment. Last year I wrote an article titled...

How to Avoid Mortgage Fraud – Casey Fleming on Realtor.com

I got another nice by-line in an article today, and this one was quite well-written, and in Realtor.com, which is a very relevant site. Not only that, it was on one of my favorite topics – mortgage fraud. It’s worth reading, especially if you’re considering mortgage fraud. Read it here. Here is an excerpt from...

How to pay your off your debts fast.

By guest blogger Craig Dewe How To Pay Off Debt Fast Using The Stack Method Whether it’s consumer debt on credit cards, student loans or a mortgage, most people find themselves weighed down by debt at some point in their lives. This can keep us working jobs we hate just to pay the bills and...

318-How to Get the Best Possible Mortgage: Advice from Casey Fleming, Author of “The Loan Guide”

318-How to Get the Best Possible Mortgage: Advice from Casey Fleming, Author of “The Loan Guide” For most people, housing decisions are the largest financial decisions that they will make. And the mortgages usually associated with housing are the largest debts most of us will take on. And yet how much time and energy do...

Long Term Interest Rate View – Opposing Views

Where will interest rates be in 2017? (This graphic does not appear to correlate closely with the actual projections.) I write about interest rates a lot, because folks seem to want to know. In my experience, it’s not hard to be right most of the time when projecting out, say, 24 hours or so. Beyond...