Thursday, December 01, 2005

SECRET Job info you won't find anywhere else...shh!!

I had no idea...but managers at fast food restaurants are making $12,000 a month and MORE!

Managers at such places as BURGER KING, TACO BELL, McD's, etc, are raking in the dough.

Just think...while everybody else is eating top-ramen so they can "afford" to make their mortgage can take a burger and fries home for dinner! Fringe benefits...gotta love it!

So if you are looking for a new 6-figure career...there you go! I won't even charge a head-hunting fee for hooking-up my fellow blog readers with this "secret" info. The word might be getting out soon on or, but you heard it here FIRST!!

The only bad news is that SOME lenders are starting to question such incomes when they are stated on loan applications. Can you believe that?

See, I told you those lending standards were tightening up!


Blogger SoCalMtgGuy said...

I can't believe nobody wants one of these jobs...


12/01/2005 10:03 PM  
Blogger David said...

I want one, if it comes with an automatic acceptence to an Option Arm.

12/02/2005 3:59 AM  
Blogger Out at the peak said...

The McD's chefs make only $8250/mo, so they are right under the 6 figure ceiling. Their time will come too!

12/02/2005 2:46 PM  
Blogger Former LA Homeowner said...

Love your blog. Great compliment for Ben Jones' blog. Can't wait for lenders to tighten lending standards to pop this bubble. What do you think of today's article from Bloomberg regarding US Mortgage bonds?

12/06/2005 9:33 AM  
Blogger SoCalMtgGuy said...

Former LA homeowner...

I have "known" that is happening without seeing that article.

The major publicly traded lenders have REALLY raised rates the past 2 months. The smaller players continue to try and buy market share by offering lower rates.

It is going to play out like the late 90's when over 30 subprime lenders went public on the stock exchange...and by 2000, over 2/3's of them were gone.

These lenders that are NOT raising rates are going to get killed 60-90 days later when they cannot offloand the loans for a profit.

Time will tell...but I can't wait until the liquidity dries up for these crappy loans.

Thanks for the comment about being a compliment to Ben's blog. His blog is the best one for information out there. There is also a lot to learn from the comments over there. I don't spend as much time posting over there as I used too...spending time adding content here to compliment the "news stories" that people are reading.


12/06/2005 9:44 AM  

Outstanding post

3/08/2013 7:49 PM  

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