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March 19th, 2010

We Want to Hear from Lenders!

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Nearly everyday we publish posts that have borrowers’ interests in mind. We try to explore the most recent developments in the mortgage and housing markets in order to see how they will impact consumers. As of late, efforts to save troubled home loans and to improve the overall housing market have dominated the headlines.

We field lots of comments from borrowers who are frustrated with their lender for one reason or another. Mainly, the comments involve confused borrowers who can’t seem to figure out why their lender isn’t modifying their loan.

That being said, in the spirit of old-fashioned journalism, we’re striving to equally present both sides of the story. We want to hear from lenders, servicers or any other industry professionals. We want you all to write in and share your frustrations, whatever they may be.

Remember, if you have an idea for a post, don’t hesitate to email us or leave a comment on any one of our posts.

(hat tip: Kristine Kline)

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HSH.com's daily blog focuses on the latest developments in the mortgage and housing markets. Our mission is to relate how changes in mortgage rates and housing policy, as well as the latest financial news, impacts consumers, homebuyers and industry insiders alike. Our 30-plus years of experience in the mortgage industry gives us an edge as we break down the latest changes in an ever-changing market.

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Tim Manni is the Managing Editor of HSH.com and the author of their daily blog, which concentrates on the latest developments in the mortgage and housing markets.

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