It has become a comedy watching the news lately.
"If Ron Paul wins Iowa it means nothing"
"Ron Paul is good in Iowa, but thats about it"
Guess what guys...He is second in NH, and is surging. He will be the nominee if he wins Iowa.
I am predicting shenanigans in the MSNBC/Marist Poll tomorrow. The hosts are talking about "how excited" they are for this next poll so my guess is they have it rigged to show a drop for Ron Paul in Iowa to try and claim he is losing support and sway public opinion. Even though every other poll has him winning.
I really do detest the mainstream media.
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Posted by Chris at 6:26 AM
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
I went into the office yesterday and my mortgage guy was not there. A lady was there and tried to argue with me that she had heard nothing about the new Harp 2.0 being an unlimited loan to value ratio. That what she had heard was the new Harp 2.0 would be a 125% limit.
I basically politely told her to put down the crack rock she was smoking, because the whole point of harp 2.0 was to refinance people who were deeply underwater, and even the paper work from fannie mae I read online says there is no limit on the loan.
She then pretends to make a phone call...and after talking with a guy agrees that there will not be a limit. But says she has no idea when the program will be ready.
How can they offer something like this in October, get everyone excited, and then 3 months later have idiots in their office not even know the basic premise of the program. Maybe she thought I would be dumb enough to apply for the harp 1.0 if she could trick me, I have no idea.
Just think that this whole thing is turning into a joke.
Posted by Chris at 4:23 AM
Monday, December 26, 2011
Well...I qualify for everything to get the loan. The problem is that Wells Fargo has still not implemented the Harp 2.0 program. I think it is ridiculous that they recieved all the regulations on Nov 15th, and six weeks later they are still not able to take applications on it. My guess is that they are not in a big hurry to refinance people to a lower rate.
So I am still ready and waiting to lower my loan payment, and shorten the term of my mortgage. I just have to wait for Wells Fargo to get their act together.
Posted by Chris at 8:03 AM