Real Estate Specialist with Allen Tate Realtors
Judi Margulies discusses her perspective on credit extension and mortgage lending in Raleigh and the Triangle Area in the years since she began her real estate practice in 1987. She elaborates on her role as a realtor in counselling her buyers and how she navigated relationships with mortgage lenders on behalf of herself and her clients. Margulies also discusses the licensing and legislative changes that pertained to real estate agents during the run-up to the crisis.
December 15, 2021
Judi Margulies is a residential real estate specialist who began her professional career in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1987. She has a Bachelor of Arts in French from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Margulies has decades of experience counselling buyers and sellers alike and has worked most prominently with families relocating to Raleigh. She currently leads the Margulies team at Allen Tate Realtors and is a certified realtor.
This webpage displays the biography for Judi Margulies provided by her real estate group, the Margulies Team, on their website. Possessing Realtor, Broker, ABR, GRI, SFR, and SRES certifications, Margulies began her career as a residential real estate broker in 1987 in the Research Triangle.
This blog post by Judi Margulies’ real estate team cites a study from the Joint Center of Housing Studies at Harvard and the National Housing Survey of Delinquent Mortgage Borrowers conducted by Fannie Mae to argue that homeownership is still a prevalent desire for Americans despite the challenges homeowners faced during the 2008 financial crisis.