RESIDENTIAL EDITION VOLUME
18 ISSUE 6 jUnE 2011
Branch opportunities give mortgage brokers a chance to change their business model. Before you make a move, you should know your
options, branches’ benefits and drawbacks, and how to best assess the choices available.
By Mark Buskuhl, Southwest Funding LP
Is it time to change your focus?
Plus: Tip of the Month
Talking shadow inventory, negative
equity and more.
Plus: Featured Top Originator
Why our biggest state could be the
last frontier for strong housing
Some loan originators see mortgage
branching in their future.
Adjustable rates could rule as lenders
search for new lending solutions
By Ken Lambert,
Ken Lambert Mortgage Enterprises Inc.
Efficient marketing and lead generation
come from the top
By Peter Harvey, Intellidyn Corp.
Becoming a community-bank loan officer
may be the career move you need
By Kim Nelson,
Real-time data alerts can automatically
stop problem loans in their tracks
By Rene F. Rodriguez,
Never stop telling people what you do,
why you do it and how you can help
By Drew Kessler,
KMG Mortgage Consulting
Prospects often find themselves more
ready to buy with these backup plans
By Bob Stepp; Homeowners Affinity Plan,
Job Loss Guardian Program
As secondary units gain popularity,
you can provide a path to funding
By Michael W. Litchfield,
There’s an easy way to root out some
basic attempts at income fraud
By Owen H. Munton, TAX LLC