After many consumer responses to the TexasLending.com Tim Tebow commercial we shared our stance on the subject matter. We wish everyone a great January moving forward.
Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) January 17, 2012
Kevin Miller, CEO and president of TexasLending.com, a Texas home loan and mortgage company specializing in Texas refinance loans and Texas home equity loans, and his co-hosts addressed the impact of the Obama Housing Tax for all Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans closed over the next ten years on The TexasLending.com Mortgage Hour on KLIF radio in Dallas on Saturday January 14th, 2011. They also discussed the onboarding of the HARP 2 loans which will come into effect in the next 45 days. Finally, the last thing covered was a discussion of one of TexasLending.com’s commercials where they did the Tim Tebow move at the end of the commercial.
In Dallas/Fort Worth the TexasLending.com Mortgage Hour radio show airs on Saturdays on AM 570 KLIF from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
"After many consumer responses to the TexasLending.com Tim Tebow commercial we shared our stance on the subject matter. We wish everyone a great January moving forward" commented Kevin Miller.
TexasLending.com has been on the air for over 10 years to educate the consumer about home loans in Texas. Listen in each week as the CEO of TexasLending.com, Kevin Miller, and his co-hosts, discuss the behind the scenes information about the mortgage industry that will help you in making an informed decision about your home loan now and in the future.
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