A Mortgage Broker with RCS-D™ designation can be extremely beneficial for anyone trying to purchase a new home or refinance an existing mortgage while going through a divorce.
Divorcing couples need to make several decisions when parting ways; what to do with your shared home may be one of them. With the marital home typically being the largest asset, it is often the focal point of the divorce itself. Because of this, it is imperative to find professionals that can help you make informed decisions.
A professional that is RCS-D™ trained has the understanding and knowledge of the dynamic effects that a divorce can bring.
What is the RCS-D™ Designation?
RCS-D™ stands for Real Estate Collaborative Specialist-Divorce. Professionals with this designation have completed in-depth coursework in order to be well-equipped to handle your unique needs. When going through a divorce, it is important to seek out professionals that possess the correct training to help you understand the process of property division. u003ca href=u0022https://divorcethishouse.com/u0022 target=u0022_blanku0022 aria-label=u0022DivorceThisHouse.com (opens in a new tab)u0022 rel=u0022noreferrer noopeneru0022 class=u0022rank-math-linku0022u003eDivorceThisHouse.comu003c/au003e includes an RCS-D™ Directory where you can locate a specialist in your area. If you are looking for an RCS-D™ in Colorado, Angela Matzke and Brian Quigley have years of experience and are available to help.
Angela Matzke- RCS-D™ I Realtor®
When searching for the perfect Realtor® to help navigate the ins and outs of your real estate transactions before, during, or after your divorce, Angela Matzke with Equity Colorado is here to help. Angela has over a decade of real estate experience. She not only has an RCS-D designation, but she also earned her CREDS (Certified Real Estate Divorce Specialist™) and CNE (Certified Negotiation Expert™).
Angela has invested her time into proper training in order to better serve her clients on a deeper level than just simply listing their home for sale. Angela knows that divorce is typically one of the most stressful situations that someone can experience as well as the consideration of selling their most valuable asset. Angela is firm on having the client’s best interest in mind while removing as much stress as possible.
The optimal time to discuss your real estate options is before legal decisions have been agreed upon by both parties but Angela is happy to assist at any stage of your journey. If you are interested in a free, no obligation real estate consultation, Angela is available and eager to hear from you.
Mortgage Broker with RCS-D™ – Brian Quigley
Mortgage Broker Brian Quigley has nearly 20 years of industry experience. Brian is the Founder of Beacon Lending in Denver, Colorado and possess the RCS-D™. While proficient in all types of mortgage financing, Brian is also familiar with divorce lending, mortgages following bankruptcy, mortgages after foreclosure, and how to navigate to a lending solution after such a life event.
Brian understands the frustrations and questions you may have while steering through this complex stage in your life and is ready to guide you through this difficult time. Understandably during a divorce, he knows that many clients make decisions regarding the home based on emotions.
After meeting with Brian, clients will be better prepared to make smart decisions based on their newfound knowledge. Becoming an RCS-D™ has equipped Brian with the tools necessary to be able to guide you through qualifying for a mortgage while going through a divorce.
Seek out the right professionals
If you are going through a divorce, it is imperative to seek out professionals that are uniquely trained and educated. Choosing a Realtor® and Mortgage Broker without such a designation could cost you an extensive amount of time and money.
There are many different areas that need attention in a divorce: tax codes, laws, alimony, child support, credit scores, asset valuation, and beyond. RCS-D™ professionals can educate you on the money mistakes that you could be making as you make your way through your divorce. They are also able to network with many other professionals that add value, such as a Family Law Attorney or a Financial Planner.
While divorce itself is difficult enough, hiring untrained professionals can add even more difficulty. Take the time to seek out those professionals with the knowhow to help solve your problems.
About the Author
Brian Quigley has been in the Denver mortgage industry since 2003. Customer satisfaction has been his top priority while guiding clients through the home loan qualification process. He is proficient in all types of mortgage financing including FHA/VA, Conventional, USDA, Jumbo, Portfolio, 1031 Exchanges, Reverse Mortgages, Refinancing, Construction loans, and FHA 203K loans.