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Leading Texas Brokerage Ebby Halliday REALTORS® has invited the Council of Condominium Specialists®  to provide the acclaimed national Certified Condominium Specialist® Designation Course to realty agents and brokers on Wednesday, October 4thin their new Ebby Education & Marketing Center in North Dallas.   The CCS™ Designation Course creates Condo Superstars™ and offers the prestigious condo and HOA certification and designation training program for new and experienced agents who want to walk down the path of success in the specialty field of condo and common interest development listings, sales and leasing.  Real estate agents have taken the prestigious condo designation class nationwide over the years to increase their industry knowledge, income and customer service.  The October CCS™ Class will see many more agents gain the prestigious CCS™ Designation.

In Texas, the CCS™ Designation Course offers agents 8-hours of Texas Real Estate Commission Continuing Education Credit.  The CCS™ Course is an information-packed, enjoyable and quick-paced one-day training program that also includes extensive resource materials, a full complimentary breakfast and lunch, and dynamic guest speakers who are leaders in the condo and HOA-related fields.

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Roger Yu , USA TODAY 6:10 p.m. ET June 6, 2017

President Trump’s agenda to deregulate the financial industry could take a big leap forward this week.

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Government-sponsored financing giant Fannie Mae will ease its requirements next month, raising its debt-to-income ceiling from 45 percent to 50 percent on July 29. The move could pave the way for a larger number of new buyers to qualify for a mortgage, particularly millennials who may be saddled with student loan debt.

The debt-to-income ratio compares a person’s gross monthly income with his or her monthly payment on all debt accounts, including auto loans, credit cards, and student loans. It also factors in the projected payments on the new mortgage. Lenders see applicants with lower debt-to-income ratios as less at risk of defaulting.

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It can be tough starting a real estate business from scratch.  But that is what I did when I decided to move to Tampa Bay, Florida after 16 years of living overseas.

I was looking for a niche in the crowded field of real estate sales.  I immediately observed that Tampa Bay had hundreds of condominium complexes.  So I thought it would be perfect for me to make that my niche.  And I decided I'd truly enjoy selling Tampa Bay condos.   First, I purchased a condo to call home and get a real feel for condo-living.  Then I began to contact condo owners in the condo complexes around where I lived.

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By Kenneth R. HarneyReal Estate - The Washington Post

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