Being a mortgage loan originator requires more people skills than you think. In this episode, Jen Du Plessis talks to Senior Mortgage Loan Originator at Affordable Financial Services, Inc., Ben Lavender, about what he does best at work – soliciting potential borrowers. His strategies, specifically increasing content and creating videos, can be useful not only in his field but also in other areas involving sales and client acquisition. Tune in to today’s show to discover Ben’s secrets to reaching his level of success in a short period and his learnings from Brian Stephen’s Mile High. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Mortgage Lending Origination: How To Draw People To Lend From You With Ben Lavender If this is your first time, thank you. Please subscribe. Please give us a five-star rating and please write us a review. That’s important for our success and I
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Creating your financial legacy—whether for yourself in ten, twenty years, or for your family—always starts with a few simple steps. But before you’re able to chart out your course, you need to be able to answer a number of questions. Jen Du Plessis talks to Samuel Knickerbocker, a Legacy Strategist and the host of Fuel Your Legacy, about the process of building a sustainable financial legacy. Our decisions, financial or otherwise, are driven by our own valuation of our self-worth, so a lot of the course you’re charting begins there. Let Samuel teach you what decisions you can make in order to create a secure financial future. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: How To Create A Financial Legacy With Samuel Knickerbocker I want to introduce my guest, Sam Knickerbocker. He is with Fuel Your Legacy. He’s a Legacy Strategist and that’s his company.
Generating business referrals is important in any business to promote its products and services, but how do we get referrals effectively? In this episode, host Jen Du Plessis interviews entrepreneur and award-winning author Stacey Brown Randall about referral marketing. Stacey’s programs help small business owners and solopreneurs take control of their referrals, their client experience, and their business. Today, she tackles the different types of referrals and shares some tips on how we could connect to business prospects better. — Watch the episode here: Listen to the podcast here: Generating Referrals Without Even Asking With Stacey Brown Randall I have a special guest with me because it’s not very often that I bring back a guest twice on the show. In fact, this might be the third time that I’ve done that. Stacey Brown Randall has so much great content to provide to all of us as entrepreneurs
The non-owner occupied properties are a huge market across the United States. It provides investors the power to acquire a property and rehab it back to livable standards. Jen Du Plessis interviews Jeffrey Tesch, the CEO of RCN Capital, about this great niche. RCN Capital is a company that does small commercial loans to fund the purchase and rehab of this type of residential and commercial properties. Covering the basics, Jeffrey starts by talking about who fits this market and who does not in relation to the mortgage lender. He taps into the best way for loan officers to transition and bring this product up and shares the reasons why people should take advantage of this market space in the coming 2020. Offering help to those who want to dive into non-owner occupied properties, Jeffrey also talks about the services RCN Capital has to offer and more. — Watch
Just as the year comes to a close, we celebrate with it new beginnings. Nearing the show’s fifth year, host Jen Du Plessis celebrates by sharing some updates about the podcast. Having changed the name to Stop Talking, Take Action, Get Results! earlier in the year, Jen has decided to go back and to relaunch Mortgage Lending Mastery. She also shares other good news about the show being in the top 1% of the iTunes Worldwide, along with a new podcast in 2020, a new book, and more! Take part in this celebration as we continue pursuing this path of achieving success in the mortgage and lending space. — Listen to the podcast here: Jen’s Jots — What’s Going On With The Podcast? An Update On The Changes To The Podcast And Looking Forward To 2020 It is Jen’s Jots day and I thought that the timing would be
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