What you will learn:
- Top Most-Read Mortgage Sales & Marketing Strategies
- Short Description on how they help increase your business
It’s that time of year where we post the Top 9, most widely read, mortgage sales and marketing articles from 2018.
Just in case you missed them – or want to review again and include in your 2019 business plan – they are listed below in no particular order.
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- Step-by-step system to keep your past clients updated on the value of their homes. Realtor provides the CMA, and you keep in touch on the anniversary day of their loan closing.
- Do you have agents you’d like to meet, but won’t give you the time of day? Systematically sending something “lumpy” in the mail will get your envelope opened and hopefully set up a face-to-face meeting.
- I took a Facebook poll. Read 45 questions that mortgage loan officers have been asked. It will make you laugh and cry!
- This is the system I used for over 10 years. 44 companies and 36,000 employees got my marketing pieces annually. Consider adding this to your 2019 business plan.
- Most agents don’t have a clue about how a home is built. This is a great way to get your foot in the door with builders, by introducing them to your real estate agents. Read the complete course outline.
- People don’t realize how much money is added to the economy when a home is sold. This article includes an example and a blank form that you can use in sales meetings.
- Here’s a list of things to do to make sure you cover all the bases if you ever change mortgage companies.
- This is a list of questions to post on your FB pages not only to get friends, family and past clients to respond, but also to provide tips on how these posts turn into leads.
- Target real estate agents with these 7 FB posts and read tips on how these posts get the conversations going online.
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