My mortgage loan officer is sharing my personal financial information with my real estate agent is this legal?

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We are in Texas

Im 18 yrs. old and i was told that i could take some classes and get a certificate to do mortgage loans

what are the texas requirements?

what does an 18 year old start off as…loan officer…loan broker….loan processor?

what is a good website to take my classes on so i can be sure i will be qualified for jobs.

and is there any other jobs out there for an 18 year old that can get paid at least 10-20 dollars an hour with a certificate or something?

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    January 27, 2011 at 8:52 pm

    Technically it is not illegal but completely immoral and unprofessional without clear permission by you.

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    January 27, 2011 at 9:36 pm

    You have a fool for an agent if he didn’t get some kind of history from you to help you look for a home and see if you qualify. What if he spent several months finding you a home and lot of gas showing them to you and the hours he spent looking for the right home to present you, then found out your credit wasn’t up to par. Its his job to know if you have special needs to finance a home. he doesn’t get paid unless he sells a home.

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    Steve R
    January 27, 2011 at 10:19 pm

    I would not do business with this guy. Now your real estate agent knows how much he can milk you for a large commission.

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    January 27, 2011 at 10:32 pm

    Given that the mortgage industry is FULL and overflowing with experienced employees who are all out of work (I used to work in the field and have friends who’ve been layed off up to 3 times last year alone), I would really recommend going into another field.

    The market has bottomed out, and the amount of resumes and applications with lots of experience that you’d be competing against is HUGE.

    How about something like being an EMT or phlebotomist (blood draw)?

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