Student Debt in the News: What It Means for REALTORS® Posted in Buyers, Financing & Credit, Student Loan Debt, Uncategorized, Working with Clients, [Demographic-based grouping], by Scholastica (Gay) Cororaton, Research Economist on February 5, 2014 You are currently browsing comments. If you would like to return to the full story, you can read the full entry here: “Student Debt in the News: What It Means for REALTORS®”. Tags:debt,REALTOR® Confidence Index,student loans Related Posts Explaining the Housing Market to Potential Clients, Part 3 (of 3) Markets with Strongest Employment Growth since December 2011 Comments Joseph W. Hoppe As an agent I look to sit-in on my clients meetings with their loan officers. Ask your client ahead of time for the freedom to ask questions as well. I suggest asking the loan officer about any acceleration clauses, alienation clauses, ASSUMPTION FEES, and confession of judgement clauses that are relevant to your client.