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Risk Management Consultant. see: Identity Theft Solutions and Life Events Plans.

Experience in the area

As a person who has worked with individuals who have experienced identity theft and major life events, I am pleased to be part of Harvard Risk Management Corporation.

Organizations

CMPS Institute; Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce - Committee Chair; WCR - Womens Council of Realtors; HAR - Houston Association of Realtors; Houston Northwest Business Networking Group (founder); The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce

Education/Credentials

Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist (CMPS Institute) ; University of Illinois - at Chicago; Florida State University; Principia College; Lake Forest School of Management; Roosevelt University; Salt Lake CC

Past/Present Clients

Al has a diverse national clientele.

What do you still hope to achieve/learn in this field?

"My goal is to continue to be of service and to get better every day at what I do."

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Recent Answers from Al Rodenburg

2015-10-22 Question about mortgage lenders:

I am no longer involved in the mortgage industry but would recommend contacting a real estate attorney for the right advice, as mortgage lenders may not give you the proper advice. Specifically, you should

2015-09-05 USDA income limits:

Sorry; I do not do USDA loans.  Here's a Link that might help you.  Typically a local Bank lender is best for this type of loan.  You should be able to get the information you need direct from the USDA

2015-04-27 1st time home buyer:

Underwriting guidelines require a steady income source (pension, social security, steady employment). Without that, I am not aware of any lender that will do a mortgage. You can buy a home and put down

2015-04-27 1st time home buyer:

Underwriting guidelines require a steady income source (pension, social security, steady employment). Without that, I am not aware of any lender that will do a mortgage. You can buy a home and put down

2014-07-30 FHA loans:

Since the Seller is allowed to pay up to 6% of the Closing Costs on your loan and will be paying the Owners Title and his proration of taxes - my guess is that you might only have to pay the 10% down (and

 

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This topic answers questions related to purchasing a home, owning a home, home ownership, mortgage education, mortgage applications, and mortgage needs whether buying a first home or refinancing a current loan. Issues related to home ownership, home equity, mortgage education, refinacing options, home improvment finacing, first time home loans, home equity loans, vactation home loans, and mortgages for investment homes are dealt with here also. Though not the primary focus of this topic, Home Equity Lines of Credits (HELOCS), reverse mortgages, and calculating home equity may also be asked. If you do not see your home mortgae, home finacing, or home equity question answered in this area then please ask a question here

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