When Eugene Volynets opened New York Mortgage Exchange in April of 1990, the Hubble Telescope had just been placed in orbit, the Celtics dropped 157 points on the Knicks, and the interest rate on the 30 year fixed was around 10%
Twenty-four years later, the Hubble is on its last legs, the Knicks! (knock on wood), and FreddieMac’s Dec 2013 ~4.5% rate is supposedly a sign that the market is stabilizing from the worst crisis since the Great Depression.
In 1990, Eugene’s son was 5 months old, and today, he is writing this post.
My father has always believed in the power of referral. As a child, when I asked why he never advertised in newspapers or magazines, he answered “If people like you, they’ll tell their friends.”
Although in those days, ‘likes’ weren’t buttons and ‘friends’ weren’t profiles, the essence of what he said continues to ring true today.
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