Last week’s webcast on HECM for Purchase coordinated by NRMLA, and hosted by the National Association of REALTORS®, can be downloaded and shared with your Realtor friends. NRMLA collaborated with NAR to develop a webcast for Realtors that featured Scott Trembley, CEO of The Trembley Group, a real estate firm based in Myrtle Beach, S.C., … more Webcast Video: Using a Reverse Mortgage to Buy a Home
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“Few things in life are as exciting and satisfying as buying a new home,” said Monte Howard, CRMP, Manager of the Reverse Mortgage Division at C2 Financial, based in San Diego. “When I show a client how they can own the home of their dreams with a Reverse Purchase, I become the key to … more Succeeding at HECM for Purchase
by Mark Olskaker, Staff Writer, Reverse Mortgage Magazine I HAVE SPENT MUCH OF MY PROFESSIONAL LIFE writing about criminal justice, a phrase that at first glance may seem a contradiction in terms. Yet while the words criminal and justice might appear to be opposites, we all understand that justice is the concept we invoke to … more Truth of Consequences: The Cost of Non-Compliance in Advertising
Over the past couple of years, the reverse mortgage industry has seen an influx of “lead generation” companies to assist lenders with their marketing efforts.
While some reverse mortgage loan originators attract new clients through their web site, referral sources or advertising, many others purchase “leads” from third-party vendors.
Single out most any neighborhood in America and even a casual drive around will feature foreclosure signs.
Perhaps the most important aspect of customer service is the first impression a reverse mortgage customer has of you.
Whether you are an industry veteran or a newcomer to the reverse mortgage business, one option to stay ahead of the competition is to seek advice from a marketing specialist who can help you grow your business more wisely.
You should know the proper way to interact with a senior client from the moment first contact is made to when the last loan document is signed at the closing table.