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?
A major lender has again found itself at the center of discrimination allegations, this time for denying mortgages to pregnant women
While rising rates may have eaten into mortgage demand, banks don't appear to be enticing borrowers with easy money
In terms of sheer numbers, the list of cities who have seen largest population increases contains some more familiar names. New York leads the pack by some distance with a 12-month population increase of 67,058, while second-placed Houston and third-placed LA are practically neck and neck with 34,625 and 34,483 respectively.
What mortgage originators need to know?
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is suing a Kentucky law firm for allegedly paying illegal kickbacks for mortgage settlement referrals
Mortgage brokers took a lot of undeserved heat for the housing meltdown, but consumers need to know that using a broker is still one of the best ways to shop for a mortgage, according to the Washington Post’s real estate columnist