Mortgage Insider Creates New Question and Answer Dialog for Mortgage Borrowers

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What if you could ask a mortgage insider anything you wanted regarding mortgage financing? Now you can. Kate Ford has created a new web page titled Ask Kate found at Ask Kate is specifically designed to answer questions and create dialog regarding mortgage financing.

Ask Kate, a new web page specifically designed to answer questions and create dialog regarding mortgage financing has been created by Kate Ford. As a mortgage insider, author, and originator of, a mortgage information website, Kate is famous for saying, "It's your house and your mortgage. No one else cares about it more than you. You worked hard for home ownership. You deserve the best mortgage!"

Kate is the author of many articles such as How to Fix Credit Fast, Become a Savvy Mortgage Shopper, Tips and Tricks to the Lowest Mortgage Payment, Refinance with the Ten Best Kept Secrets, Sub Prime Mortgage Loans...Solutions for American Home Owners, Special Report...Stop Foreclosure Now, Best Mortgage Rates...Translating the Secret Language of Mortgage Lending and many others, all found on her website at

As a former residential mortgage broker, Kate has more than 20 years experience guiding people through the maze of mortgage lending.

She knows mortgage lenders have been speaking a language that is different from the ordinary person on the street and can understand why home owners and home buyers feel puzzled. So it is not surprising that many home owners have found themselves in difficult circumstances during this present mortgage crisis.

Ask Kate is Kate's way of filling the void that mortgage lenders and bankers have vacated.

Since lenders and brokers rarely present financing in a manner that can be easily understood, Kate is providing real answers to real questions in an entertaining and easy to understand format.

Whatever borrowers have been wondering about mortgages, Ask Kate is a genuine source of mortgage information. She encourages anyone seeking mortgage help to ask their question. Whether they are puzzled over mortgage rates, home loans, how to refinance, or first time home buyer advice, she believes no question is a bad question.

Ask Kate is not only a format for asking and answering questions, it is also a highly developed yet easy way to create dialog between mortgage information seekers.

When someone asks Kate a question, a web page is automatically created for their question. Kate's answer follows. Other readers are then allowed to comment on the question and answer.

So, Ask Kate creates a remarkable web dialog to help simplify and educate information seekers desiring to get the best mortgage.

Anyone with a question regarding mortgage financing simply goes to Kate's web page, Ask Kate, at her website to follow the simple instructions.

Question seekers will be guided to type their question or comment, download a picture of their home (optional), take credit as the author for their question or comment (also optional), submit their question or comment, and privately view and edit their question on its own page before publishing occurs.

Kate personally monitors and answers all questions in her entertaining manner translating the secret language of mortgage lending.

Each question and answer can then be viewed on its own page where other readers are allowed to comment on the subject being discussed, creating a meaningful dialog.

Ask Kate is found on her website at All information regarding translating the secret language of mortgage lending is entirely free.

Readers can also receive Kate's Best Mortgage Rate Blog through an RSS feed. It is easy to subscribe using the orange RSS Reader button. Those who keep a home page on My Yahoo, My MSN, or Google will find these buttons too.

Having been a mortgage insider, Kate is highly qualified to educate mortgage borrowers and home owners in an entertaining and easily understood manner. As Kate says on her home page, "Finding your best mortgage rate does not have to be complicated if you know the secret language of mortgage lending."

For additional information about Ask Kate, the question and answer dialog regarding mortgage financing, contact Kate Ford or visit

An informational website providing guidance regarding mortgage lending in a language that home owners and home buyers can easily understand.

Contact: Kate Ford, author and infopreneur


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