How My Ratewatch Twitter Feed Might Save You Money

by Alex Stenback on February 6, 2009

From the inbox today:

Hi Alex

I follow your blog and your rate Twitter. In fact, THANK YOU, for the Twitter information. I am closing Monday on a refinance for my home through my existing bank.  I was able to lock at the lowest rate they went to by following your information! Thanks.

If you are watching rates, and have not been following the RateWatch Twitter feed I publish several times daily, you should be. 

And notice the emailer is not a client.  That’s OK too.  Though the feed works even better when you are, because we can also communicate directly to add context.
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Quick Admin Note:  The Ratewatch feed is designed to show rate trends and day to day fluctuations.  Any rates mentioned in the feed are intended to give subscribers a general sense of where rates are, but should not be considered advertisements or quotes in any way.  The actual rate available may be higher or lower based on numerous credit, property, and other factors specific to your situation.

In other words, your mileage will vary – if you are not yet a client, but want a specific quote on a specific transaction, don’t hesitate to use the quick question window on the right sidebar, or just drop an email to me personally.

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Aaron Dickinson - Edina Realty February 7, 2009 at 10:00 pm

I recently had a similar person send me a similar comment: “thanks Aaron for all your commentary, data and opinions on the market… it helped me tremendously when I bought a home recently. While I agree it is perfectly fine for non-clients to benefit it would have been nice if the guy actually came to me for the expert assistance first-hand!

Ahh the joys of blogging. Regardless, it is nice to know that my blogging helps people, and I know you would say the same thing.

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