Tasha Williams joins Tidewater Home Funding as a licensed mortgage loan officer. Williams developed a successful six year history in mortgage production while living in Oregon and Louisiana. Williams’ experience is a great benefit to her customers and real estate partners during the home loan process. A graduate of Eastern Oregon University, Williams earned a Bachelor of Business Administration. A military spouse serving the Northeast North Carolina and Hampton Roads communities, Williams works in the Bruton Court office in the Great Bridge area of Chesapeake, as ...
August 14th, 2017 Williams Joins Tidewater Home Funding As Mortgage Loan Officer
Save-The-Date, September 20 Join Shikma Rubin, a mortgage lender at Tidewater Home Funding and expert on millennial homebuyers, as she shares topics from her ebook, "15 Things Every Millennial Wants from the Homebuying Process." Topics include how to make millennials trust you, why they appreciate handwritten notes, and why they need your website to look sharp (or they'll go with another agent). All attendees will receive a free copy of the ebook, too! http://www.hrra.com/realtor/calendar/single.html?key=677
August 11th, 2017 Rubin Presents - Marketing to Millennials on September 20th
"Housing-finance reform is back on the Congressional agenda, and small lenders could hold considerable sway over what form the legislation takes. Glen Corso, executive director of the Community Mortgage Lenders of America (CMLA), spoke with Scotsman Guide News about where small lenders stand on the issues." Tidewater Home Funding's President/CEO Kim S Curtis is Secretary/Treasurer for the CMLA Board of Directors. http://www.scotsmanguide.com/News/2017/08/Housing-finance-system-doesn-t-need-big-fix/
August 8th, 2017 Housing Finance Reform Back on Congressional Agenda
The No. 1 reason so many millennials struggle to buy the first home comes down to the “D” word. I’m talking about debt and, specifically, a person’s debt in relation to income. Too often, I see young people turned away because they are burdened by student loans, car payments or other bills that never seem to go away month after month.Turns out, Fannie Mae recognized the same issue. That’s why, starting next Saturday, Fannie Mae plans to lessen its debt-to-income restrictions. Fannie Mae will raise its DTI ceiling from the current 45 percent to 50 perce...
Farmers Bank Home Mortgage, an affiliate of Tidewater Home Funding in Chesapeake, Virginia, welcomes a team of experienced and successful mortgage professionals to the company. Farmers Bank Home Mortgage provides residential mortgage products and services to the residents of Virginia and North Carolina, with offices in Suffolk and Courtland, Virginia.Ellis F. Wills, NMLS# 421346Farmers Bank Home Mortgage, an affiliate of Tidewater Home Funding, is managed by Vice President & Senior Loan Officer Ellis F. Wills. Wills is an industry veteran with over 30 years of professional expe...
Tidewater Home Funding's own Jennifer Keenan (Old Dominion University Alumni Association Board of Directors Vice President) appeared on 13News Now's Coastal Connections last week to discuss the ODU Alumni Association Monarch Cobia Classic. Check out Jennifer (15:05 mark in video). http://www.13newsnow.com/entertainment/television/programming/dialogue/coastal-connections-june-2017/452142370
June 26th, 2017 ODU Alumni Assoc VP Keenan Speaks About Cobia Classic