Lesson: Aim for the finish! Aim for the goal and the objective!

Dave: This is Dave Boye, live from Portland, Oregon with my daughter, Shatara, who just competed in the Northwest Pacific Regionals. What did you learn today? You were talking to me and had some amazing insight. Shatara: I learned that, to relate figure skating to mortgages, there are many steps you have to go through.

Never let a good deal die! Live from my personal man cave!

Dave Boye of Black Diamond Mortgage, live from his “man cave!” Today’s lesson is: never let a good deal die – never! It’s one of our principles. Here are a couple examples: We never say the loan is declined in the literal sense, and we never say you “can’t ever” have the loan. What we

Buy your investment property now! It’s easier to qualify than you think!

Dave and Maria are talking about investment properties: Dave: A lot of people don’t realize how easy it is to go out and buy another home, such as an investment property. Maria: If you’re in a position where you make enough to cover your current mortgage and expenses, you can actually buy an investment property

Let’s talk CREDIT – The 6 factors that most affect your score!

Matt Rizzolo of Black Diamond Mortgage with the 6 items that affect your credit score: Amount of inquiries in the past 2 years Important not to have too many Similar inquiries may be treated as one, such as if you are shopping for a mortgage Number of new accounts in past 2 years Don’t open

Today is National Independent Mortgage Brokers Day!

Dave: Hey friends of Black Diamond Mortgage, Dave Boye and Matt Rizzolo here. Today is National Independent Mortgage Broker Day, and in honor of that, we wanted to talk about six things that make mortgage brokers the best place to get money to buy or refinance a home. One of them might be obvious, but

$5.4 Trillion Available! The most EVER

See story: https://www.cnbc.com/…/homeowners-are-sitting-on-5-point-4-…     Dave: Hey friends of Black Diamond Mortgage, Dave Boye and Maria Phelps here. I just saw a headline on MSNBC (just google 5.8 trillion dollars cash in people’s homes and it’ll come up), but they’re bringing up a point that I thought would be good for all of us to