Exclusive Interview with Dan Harder of 1st Reverse Mortgage USA Two weeks ago on this show, we explored the premise that traditional mortgage lenders may provide substantial and much-needed growth for the reverse mortgage industry. An idea that flies in the face of what was once accepted as conventional
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It’s not uncommon for each of us to feel like a failure from time to time. Even more so when we are faced with professional challenges outside our control we can easily begin to misjudge ourselves feeling worn down.
Most of us are aware that a growing number of seniors and retirees are online. From social media, web browsing and email our target market is online more today then ever before. The question is how do we leverage such a medium to keep our prospective borrowers engaged?
Here are a few creative ways for reverse mortgage professionals to celebrate with seniors all year long: unusual monthly holidays that, with a little ingenuity, could be customized as ongoing marketing events.
Having conducted over one hundred training sessions with fellow reverse mortgage professionals a common question is raised. Just how far should I go in following up with a potential borrower? Unfortunately many stop after one attempted phone call or if the prospect shows any signs of disinterest. This is tragic
[vimeo id=”90920562″ width=”625″ height=”352″] What once worked may be problematic today Oddly our topic that every problem once was a solution reminds me of the now extinct standard fixed rate HECM. It was a solution to borrowers seeking maximum funds or a guaranteed interest rate which became a problem loan