San Jose, CA September 22, 2011 -- After thirty-five years in mortgage banking, national award winning Vice President, Martha Lane, retired from lending, only to return a few years later with a new focus. After realizing there wasn’t one reliable, centralized, and unbiased location with true stories on the web from the real estate, and lending industry--told from all perspectives--
LendingStories.com highlights accountings from industry professionals who contribute their own stories of success, or failure, in their careers, and with clients. They share how they succeed in the business, how to deal with a nightmare client, as well as how to survive after crashing, and moving on to “Plan B”.
The site also shares stories from real estate support professionals such as attorneys and escrow officers, as well as personal consumer experiences covering topics spanning the entire real estate cycle-from purchasing a first home successfully, to fighting a foreclosure, and banking nightmares. One homeowner’s story on the site recounts:
“My husband and I went through a successful loan modification after nearly two grueling and stress-filled years trying to get our banks to even answer our calls. We finally found the secret to succeeding, and now we can live here without wondering if we will be on the street tomorrow.”
The dynamic success of LendingStories.com rests on millions of realtors, mortgage brokers, investors, vendors, support professionals, and consumers nationwide who want to share “their story” with others. No other place on the web serves as a meeting place to “talk real estate” from every angle. Everyone wants to offer their knowledge, success, failure, advice, and experiences with others, and now there is a unique, central place for all.
LendingStories.com Editors will select one story from all the daily submissions as the featured front-page story. Submissions from industry professionals can include contact information, and homepage link allowing readers to contact them should they need professional help in their area of expertise. To contribute, go to http://www.LendingStories.com and select “Submission Guidelines.”