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anybody have any experience with creating a term sheet for a micro mortgage product? I'm looking for any insights whatsoever. I want to structure it to reduce origination costs, assign servicing, etc.

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I was just doing some online banking and noticed that U.S. Bank has something called "Automated Investor." Does anyone have any experience with it?

These are some of the bullet points from the website

  • Low 0.50% annual advisory fee, billed quarterly (Only $50/year on every $10,000, billed $12.50/quarter)
  • No commission or transaction fees on trades
  • Low-cost Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)1 portfolios
  • Tax-efficient strategies and dividend reinvesting
  • Start with just a $10,000 minimum investment. Try it free for 3 months.
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