Nationally respected and outspoken real estate/mortgage broker, CNBC® regular, appeared on Late Show w/ David Letterman.
Get to know Fred Glick
I am ceo of u s loans mortgage, inc., u s spaces, inc., arrivva, inc and broker of record for real estate management startup OneRent.co .
Pro single agency (or anti-dual agency) advocate that is focused on the consumer/client and advocates the triple bottom line business model with a technology lien.
I also originate mortgages for over 30 years.
We are happy to help buyers and sellers in the the San Francisco Bay Area, LA and Philly.
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All my post are written by me and are totally organic.
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I have BS degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University
Freddie Mac LP award winner
Negotiations and marketing. What more do you need? :)
Testimonials for Fred Glick
By Various agents....08/23/2013
Fred, love your thinking. At least your coming up with solutions instead of sitting on the sidelines whining about it Doug Leugers, Broker, RE/MAX Affiliates
Fred, very interesting points. I like creative thinking. Problem with the Government is there is no accoutability or oversight. Right now they're handing out money and they don't even know what it's being used for. Connie Harvey, Prudential Woodmont Realty, Nashville, TN
I really like the fact your working on solutions and that's what we need. I don't have any faith the government solutions by themselves will work. Mark Watterson, Principle Realty Group, Utah
Fred - I agree with Patrick.. thinking outside the box is key in this environment. I think everyone should put the ideas out there so they can be discussed and debated. The folks who only have negative things to say need to step up and offer solutions as well. Or at least help to be part of the solution... interesting post and comments Christopher an Stephanie Somer, RE/MAX Affiliates, Philadelphia
Fred - Great post!!! I also liked many of your ideas and while I think that a lot more needs to be done, this would at least be a start. Donne Knudsen, Pacific Financial Mortgage
I agree with everything you said except #5 -- I think it is not a wise idea to have a buyer purchase a home if they nothing to put down, it makes it easier to walk away -- which is why the 2nd part of #5 might stop them, but I'm not sure many people would agree to #5 - 2nd part. I think your idea is out of the box thinking and we are at a critical juncture, so I would like to see this kind of brainstorming going on, but my guess is they will nibble around the edges and try and enforce more rules. Chris Olsem Osen Ziegler Realty