Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Here is a use case, home loans

Our sandbox assumptions reduce everything to their set of independent vectors, is a way to put it.  As long as the rules of odds making prevail, rare is simply rare, time is not measured, everything become simple.

If your town has 20,000 people, that's a lot of people who both have savings or housing needs, and both know the local housing market, very nice indeed. What does a pit boss do in this environment?

Well, first, not a whole lot, this is low traffic.  I suspect the pit boss will be showing ads for hundreds of people looking at estimated rates, emphasis on estimated. The pit boss would be running a database of homes for sale on the side, in its idle moments.

So, to the towns people, what is this savings and home lender? 

A box about the size of a deck of cards, USB interface, and a steel to the core python kernel running the standard Redneck S&L configuration.  All the local realtors know about this box, sometimes the escrow officer in charge will unplug it and have a second office plug it in, usually for vacations.

Otherwise that trusted box will offer fair savings rates and make home loans to any towns person with a device that generates valid tokens.  It will be known, world wide, to be a fair measure of 'estimated after the fact' home loan rates for your town.  

And, with Rednack systems,you get the ad generator add on, easy user interface, a money generator.

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