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Social media is a must, but where do you direct prospects from there? Do you generate leads straight from social media? Do you direct them to your professional website? YES you absolutely need to direct prospects from your social media, whether it is activerain, facebook, linkedin etc. etc. TO yo...
07/01/2010
You have your blog, twitter, facebook, linkedin, and website. You scour your friends for more friends on facebook and twitter, update your linkedin, and direct people to your website. Wow, now half the day is gone. There's one thing to remember as you friend people, follow people, and update your...
06/07/2010
I just got two new mortgage website clients becuase their website host  will no longer host websites as of Friday.If your host is going out of business this can reflect badly on you and your company.  If visitors  see your website off line, they will think the worst, especially these days! It onl...
05/10/2010
Check out our website, sign up for a free trial, no payment info required: We're a family business, here to answer your questions and get you found online! You need a website to direct your social media and blogs to that is professional, credible and offers important homebuying, refi info plus on...
04/14/2010
Your website is your new first impression. Your prospects will judge your professionalism and trustworthiness based on your website. Most mortgage websites today are outdated and unprofessional. Prospects abandon an unprofessional website in search of a more credible one! Outdated, unprofessional...
03/31/2010
With all that is currently happening to mortgage brokers, loan officers, lenders, and legislation, you must take a few steps now to possibly save your client base in the future. I see a trend with loan officers where they have to switch mortgage brokers, change companies, or join a branch. What h...
03/30/2010
Thanks Larry, see below!It's official: The New Good Faith Estimate is causing real pain to The Consumer and; The Real Estate Industry I've now spent two months working on this new good faith estimate.  It's been implemented since January 1rst of 2010. So, without further adieu.....what is the pro...
02/24/2010
Brokers, you have an advantage over big banks if you give some freedom to your loan officers. Use it! Most of the large banks don't allow their loan officers to advertise ~ this means no individual website, no postcards, etc. for  the bank LOs. Too bad for them, but this is great for you! If you'...
01/28/2010
Does anyone else find this phrase at the end of an email to be redundant? If someone asks me a question in an email, I don't also need to be reminded to answer that question with a "Please Advise" at the end. I'll go as far as to say I find it irritating unless we were to make a drinking game out...
01/21/2010
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Check out the links to the presentation, seminar, forms and resource center!!RESPA-tory therapy is what we'll all need after the first time we have a closing with the new requirements and HUD-1, right? Last week before the new changes went into effect, Mike Briel (our local go-to closing attorney...
01/07/2010
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