Information to help you determine if the CARES Act can provide relief for your business during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If your mortgage brokerage is competing but not growing, here’s how thinking small can give you a big advantage by tapping into an under served market with fewer competitors.
The demand for investment-property financing is being fueled by millennial lifestyle choices centered on affordability, freedom, service and neighborhood preferences.
Real estate, like other industries, is extremely competitive, and building your brand through opportunities in public relations is a great way to make your company stand out. If you don’t have the budget to hire a public relations firm,
Platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook have created new opportunities for residential mortgage brokers to widen their nets and connect with prospective residential and small balance commercial property investors through effective social media strategies. Using social media is a
In email marketing, engagement rules. Email is less about content and more about action. It’s about motivating people to do something. Opens, clicks, forwards, social media shares, website visits, retail traffic, and purchases are the currency of a successful
Within all of the different marketing channels and tactics, online search has risen to become the most important venue for every industry, including real estate. A joint study by LoopNet and Google found that 59 percent of individuals looking
Asset-based lending is a type of financing that focuses on the value or earning potential of an asset, rather than the borrower’s financials in the underwriting process. This type of funding has proven valuable for hard-to-qualify borrowers who invest
Offering investment property mortgages provides an excellent opportunity for residential mortgage brokers to expand their product offerings, service more clients, and grow their businesses. However, many mortgage brokers shy away from offering these mortgage programs to their clients. When
First the good news. Sixty-five (65) percent of commercial real estate loans are approved. That’s the good news. Unfortunately, the bad news for commercial real estate investors and brokers is, of course, that 35-percent of commercial real estate loans