Undivided attention During a recent consultation with a coaching client the discussion turned to the topic of focus and how to stay on task when there are so many potential distractions in a given day. This got me thinking…… Having been a speaker as well as an attendee at many
The process of aging makes one more vulnerable when it comes to trust While it’s true that people don’t change dramatically just because they grow older (see Marketing to the Mature Homeowner/Part 1), there is one area in which aging makes us more vulnerable: trust. As people age and watch
[vimeo id=”30161174″ width=”601″ height=”338″] HUD has made it official, reverse mortgage lenders have the authority to help prevent tax and insurance defaults when it comes to financial underwriting and potential reverse mortgage borrowers assessments.
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Communication is Key You can hold a home in living trust, or create a trust fund for the next generation. But building an emotional “trust fund” with potential reverse mortgage clients — one you can draw upon throughout the sales cycle — is not as simple as a monetary investment.
[vimeo id=”29848468″ width=”601″ height=”338″] Lack of funding for HUD counseling creating a road block for those who need it the most As we enjoyed our weekend October 1st came and went marking the beginning of the fiscal year 2012 and more importantly the date when funding from the government for
[vimeo id=”29847239″ width=”601″ height=”338″] Opportunity in Reverseville: To learn more about marketing to banks and credit unions join our free webinar Wednesday October 5th at 10am. You can also get more information and great videos at RM Bank Blueprint here.
“When I retire I plan on moving to a smaller home.” “When I retire I’ll relocate to be closer to the kids.” Although people may make similar statements in middle age, the reality is quite different. One study found the general move rate for seniors aged 55-64 to be just