Are you under the illusion that if you are busy, hiring more people will just be another headache? In this quick hit episode, Carl White, founder of Mortgage Marketing Animals, a top loan officer training program nationwide, explains why loan officers can build a bigger business and increase loan production by bringing on team members as your business evolves. These team members take on the tasks that you were worried could cause those “possible” headaches. Learn to adjust the way you think about ramping up your mortgage business by tuning into what Carl shares in this video.
Your lead generation strategies can go either way, we all know that. They can bring in lots of big numbers, but are those numbers full of solid leads and if they are, are you following up when and how you should? Here, Carl White gives you a quick run down of why you need to be tracking these 4 things to measure your lead generation success for your mortgage business.
Often I get asked why I use a parrot as the logo for The Freedom Club (our group of top producing loan officers and branch managers).
In this quick video, I’ll explain why and the impactful life lesson that I got from “The Bird Lady”…
Someone recently mentioned to me that their biggest challenge is handling their current volume amount. But the thing is, you want to grow. You want to generate more leads and close even more loans…but how can you when you’re already “too busy.”
On this (previously recorded) episode of Loan Officer Freedom, the #1 podcast for Loan Officers, my dear friend Jen Conley and I will walk you through the system we use to keep our pipelines FULL and steadily increase our volume without overwhelming ourselves or burning out our team.
If you’re feeling stressed and overwhelmed in your business, this is the episode for you. I want to help you map out what it looks like to have the right team in place. If you’d like help implementing the strategies we’re discussing on this episode, visit: LoanOfficerStrategyCall.com to set up your complimentary coaching session.