Items Tagged with 'Milwaukee Journal Sentinel'

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  • BMO Harris confirms face-to-face mortgage employee layoffs

    The bank is consolidating behind a call-center strategy, could eliminate 170 jobs
    BMO Harris recently confirmed that it is indeed cutting back its face-to-face mortgage operations with a round of layoffs. According to The Chicago Tribune, the company still won’t put a number on the amount of jobs it will eliminate but the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel said it could be 170 jobs based on an internal document it reviewed when the news of the cuts first broke.
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  • BMO Harris getting rid of their face-to-face loan officers

    Citing customer preference, the bank will put its weight behind centralized call center
    BMO Harris Bank is getting rid of most of its customer-facing mortgage loan officers. According to a report from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Paul Gores, the Chicago-based bank is going to put its energy behind its centralized mortgage call center and minimize its face-to-face LO presence in response to changing customer behavior.
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  • In Milwaukee, A Foreclosure Glut

    Via Marie Rohde and Ben Poston at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, a look at just how much foreclosure activity has impacted the local real estate market: After a record year for foreclosures, a stunning 1,000 Milwaukee County properties already have been scheduled for sheriff's sales in the first nine weeks of 2008, with a record 200 put up for sale in just one day earlier this month, records show.
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