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Dianne Crosby Recognition Plaque
San Francisco Business Times

Featured Top Originator
Scotsman Guide – The Leading Resource for Mortgage Originators

Regular folks transform into cash buyers to compete in hot housing market
San Francisco Chronicle (June 2013)

Just Approved: Bridge loan helps buyers secure home
San Francisco Chronicle (May 2013)

Many repeat customers refinance mortgages
San Francisco Chronicle (January 2013)

Dianne and her team rally to help their clients win and get the most favorable terms
Redfin (December 2012)

15- or 30-year loan: Which adds up?
The Oakland Tribune (September 2011)

Big changes on mortgages as ‘jumbo’ limits drop
San Francisco Chronicle (August 26, 2011)

“Buyers and people refinancing have been calling and asking questions”
San Francisco Chronicle (August 9, 2011)

“Thorough analysis leads to smooth short sale buy”
San Francisco Chronicle (February 27, 2011)
Each week, The Chronicle talks with Bay Area lenders and brokers about which home loans are getting done.

“Homes sales heating up”
by Eve Mitchell, Contra Costa Times (January 21, 2011)
Rising interest rates help fuel surge in December activity.

“Mortgage rates at historic lows: five reasons consumers still wary”
Christian Science Monitor (October 14, 2010)
Mortgage rates are at 4.21 percent for a 30-year fixed-rate loan, spurring home buyers and home owners to take advantage. But there remain some reasons for caution.

“Fourth try was charm for couple seeking ‘cash-out’ refinance”
San Francisco Chronicle (August 15, 2010)
Each week, The Chronicle talks with Bay Area lenders and brokers about which home loans are getting done.

“Record fall for home loans continues”
by Eve Mitchell, Contra Costa Times (August 15, 2010)
Mortgage rates sank this week to the lowest level in decades, pushed down by the weak economy and the Federal Reserve’s move to help lift the recovery by purchasing government debt.

“Bay Area home prices rise, sales dip”
by Eve Mitchell, Contra Costa Times (May 21, 2010)
Bay Area home sales in April were down slightly from a year ago while the median sales price rose sharply. The sales slowdown was tied to some buyers delaying escrow until May 1 to get a bigger home-buying tax break.

“Buyers, beware: Mortgage rates up”
by Eve Mitchell, Contra Costa Times (April 8, 2010)
Mortgage rates that once dipped below 5 percent have pretty much gone away, but don’t expect rates to spike to 1980s levels now that the Federal Reserve has ended a program that purchased mortgage-backed securities to keep interest rates low, East Bay mortgage brokers say.

“Two federal incentives for homebuyers to expire soon”
by Eve Mitchell, Contra Costa Times (March 4, 2010)
Get ready for the end of two federal incentives meant to entice homebuyers in a down market: a federal income tax credit for first-time and repeat buyers is going away soon.

“Just Approved: Dianne Crosby”
San Francisco Chronicle (February 28, 2010)
Each week, The Chronicle talks with Bay Area lenders and brokers about which home loans are getting done.

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