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A Chat with Steve Weiss an Activerain Member at my Open House

Yesterday I held an Open House at 7 Fir St, Red Hook NY, and Steve Weiss a Mortgage Originator with Residential Home Funding Corp co-hosted and provided the refreshment.

I did not know at the time that Steve was an AR member, it looks like he joined earlier this year.

Anyway we were sitting there and I had my camera ready to take a video of the home when I suddenly came up with the idea to interview Steve.  He was game so I turned on the camera.

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Please stop by Steve's blog and say hello.

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