With the right intelligence, originators can know exactly when to follow up on a lead or past customer. And without it – they’re leaving literally millions of dollars on the table
One of the biggest challenges for mortgage professionals is keeping in contact with all their potential customers – but what if they had a personal assistant who never forgot, never made a mistake, and never let a customer fall through the cracks?
If you’re feeling like a bit of a Valentine Grinch, or just need a bit of a chuckle, have a read of these Valentine’s Day flops
Sales automation firm Velocify was recently recognized for excellence its support for the mortgage and insurance industry
How much do you make? How does it stack up compared to take-home pay of the average mortgage banker? Well, you’re about to find out – if you have $3,500, that is
United Mortgage Bankers, Ltd., has announced its expansion to the West Coast
Are you looking for a loan for a difficult client? Check out MPA’s comprehensive database of hard money lenders!
Ever since a chance meeting at a basketball game led him to the mortgage business, leukemia survivor Joe Caltabiano has pushed himself to excel. Now one of the country’s top 10 originators, he attributes his success to a love of the work, a network of great contacts, and old-fashioned elbow grease.