The savings and loan holding company acquired ‘certain assets’ of the wealth management outfit
By Amber Taufen | Senior Writer, Inman
- The terms of the acquisition were not disclosed; Opes’ staff will remain (and grow), and clients won’t be affected, either.
It’s easy when the housing market is in a dip to tell buyers that it’s a smart time to think about purchasing a home, assuming they can afford it — but what about a time like right now, when almost every market is hot and inventory is scarce on the ground? Now that Flagstar Bancorp, a savings and loan holding company with a network of brokers in all 50 states, has acquired “certain assets” of Opes Advisors (Opes), it could get easier for real estate agents to help buyers (and sellers) figure out what their home transaction decision will mean for their finances, both short-term and long-term…Read More