Industry Update: the Future of eClosing and RON

Join industry experts for an in-depth discussion on the future of eClosing and how hybrid and RON closings benefit lenders and borrowers.

DOJ v. NAR and the ethics of real estate commissions

Today’s HousingWire Daily features the first-ever episode of Houses in Motion. We discuss the Department of Justice’s recent move to withdraw from a settlement agreement with the NAR.

Hopes for generational investment in housing fade in DC

Despite a Democratic majority, the likelihood of a massive investment in housing via a $3.5 trillion social infrastructure package appears slim these days. HW+ Premium Content

How Your Real Estate Brokerage Can Evolve to Meet Ever-Changing Industry Forces

This white paper will explore some of the industry forces making headlines, along with an approach for meeting them head-on. 

Sponsored Content

Mortgage brokers: don’t let 2020 pass by without attending an AIME event

AIME plans to launch an array of all-new members-only events and experiences this year

Independent mortgage professionals and those transitioning from retail mortgage jobs to join the growing number of loan originators working in the wholesale mortgage channel can expect to have more support than ever in 2020.

Building on the success of the AIME Fuse National Conference in October, where 2,000 independent mortgage professionals convened in Las Vegas for the largest industry event of the year, the Association of Independent Mortgage Experts plans to launch an array of all-new members-only events and experiences focused on training sessions, networking opportunities and hands-on workshops.

The year kicks off with a two-day Best in Class training workshop focused on sustainable business coaching for independent mortgage brokers and AIME Activate, a single-day experiential event for brokers and loan officers to learn and improve referral partner and customer retention with tried and true marketing techniques.

The consistent interest in events like these is an undeniable reminder of the growth the wholesale channel experienced in 2019 and the continued momentum in the broker community.

AIME is a nonprofit, national trade membership association dedicated to empowering the independent mortgage broker community with unparalleled support and benefits including business development resources, exclusive technology and access to top industry leaders.

With a commitment to serving almost 50,000 members with varying levels of experience, AIME’s 2020 programming will provide detailed tactics designed to enhance the business growth of mortgage professionals within the wholesale channel, resulting in the best options provided to home buyers. AIME has already hosted multiple member-exclusive webinars with some of the most innovative vendor partners in the industry and organized a number of targeted training workshops throughout the year.

AIME has constructed an all-new interactive event concept for AIME Activate focused on arming the community of independent mortgage entrepreneurs with unique tools and strategies to strengthen professional relationships and improve marketing efforts.

Hosted on March 5, 2020 in Irvine, California, mortgage brokers and loan originators from across the country are invited to learn how to “attract, engage and retain” clients to increase referrals and establish strong relationships with real estate professionals. Participants will return to their businesses with a strategy to enhance their brand reputation, employ marketing tactics and consistently develop customer and referral relationships.

Whether you’re a one-person shop, new to the industry, part of a growing business or a seasoned broker, AIME Activate will provide unique methods to scale your business in the right direction. To register for AIME Activate and other events throughout the year, including the third annual AIME Fuse National Conference on September 26, 2020, in Las Vegas, visit www.aimegroup.com/events.

Most Popular Articles

How Biden’s Neighborhood Homes proposal impacts real estate investors

Dubbed the Neighborhood Homes Tax Credit, the proposal is part of the larger American Jobs Plan legislation — also known as Biden’s infrastructure plan. Here’s a look into how it impacts real estate investors

Jul 21, 2021 By
3d rendering of a row of luxury townhouses along a street

Log In

Forgot Password?

Don't have an account? Please