Sue Woodard is president and CEO of Vantage Production, a sales automation and CRM technology provider based in Red Bank, New Jersey. Prior, she was an award-winning mortgage originator, trainer and speaker. Sue can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It seems like we've gone from caucus to raucous this election year. Anyone not bombarded by the rancor is probably hiding under a rock. The rest of us, however, are left wondering not only who will occupy the White House next, but what we're in for. For mortgage and real estate professionals, there's some interesting solace to be found in historical economic data.
'Rebound' might not be a good thing when referring to a dating situation, but it's not a bad thing at all when we're talking about housing. In fact, there are a lot of people 'on the rebound' that mortgage loan officers and their Realtor partners should be courting. Approximately 1.5-million consumers are eligible to buy homes in 2018. Ready?
Loan officers face risks in how and when they perform their marketing—specifically, their outbound marketing—and it has a very strong impact on their pipelines and their company’s bottom line. Fortunately, there’s good news here. The biggest and most common outbound marketing risks are controllable.
HUD’s objectives are sometimes distributed by factors ranging from politics, socio-economic disparities and even natural disasters. When American homeowners fall victim to any of these elements, HUD is not only there to offer a helping hand, but often serves as the tool that leads to recovery.