Following your conscience is the best business decision of all
Low inventory means construction loans are back in fashion
Do you call yourself a broker? A credit adviser? A mortgage specialist? Whatever you've landed on, it's bound to be better than these odd job titles
Looking for a fresh opportunity at a new branch network? Here's why Supreme Lending might be right for you!
It doesn't get much simpler than this: If you have no leads, you have no new customers. We talked with a lead gen expert about strategies for bringing new buyers to your door
When John McClellan joined Supreme Lending in 2006, he was a mortgage broker. He made the switch to mortgage banking, he says, because he saw the writing on the wall
Mortgage originations fell to a 14-year low in the first quarter -- but some companies are thriving. Dan Moyle of AmeriFirst -- which had its best month ever in July -- shares some of the secrets of the company's success
One of the main advantages of joining a branch network is having access to the marketing, customer relations and education assets of a large company