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Annual CE Can be Fun, Entertaining
Are you tired of courses that are
one, and often all, of the following:
Helping a customer qualify or save
money on their loan is a great way to
encourage referrals. Originators should
try to avoid falling into the trap of not
making this a priority or not asking for
referrals after helping a customer.
Network and socialize
Mortgage originators should take time
to meet peers in the field, as well as
build on previously established rela-
tionships. This means attending trade
shows, networking mixers, casual
industry gatherings and more.
Meaningful and professional interactions can lead to fruitful referrals in the
future — for both clients and job opportunities — so don’t miss the chance
to reinforce existing relationships.
Remember, despite the digital age,
word-of-mouth is still one of the most
powerful ways to look for a job and
learn about tools and tips that can give
you an advantage.
Social media is an ever-growing and
ever-changing vehicle for communica-
tion, not just with people, but also with
brands and companies. Originators can
optimize their visibility during the job
search by elevating social media pages.
Many companies post job listings
directly on their LinkedIn pages, so
making sure your profile is up to date
will help further showcase you as a
Up-to-date headshots, work history,
recommendations and endorsements
from past colleagues and industry-related activity (including liking, commenting and sharing news) all increase
the chances of landing that prime spot.
While marketing yourself as the best fit
for future employers is crucial, it’s just
as important to evaluate the hiring
companies and ensure they are the
best fit for you.
Mortgage originators should look
into the companies they’re interested in to get a sense of their culture
and whether employees enjoy the experience of working there. Does the
prospective employer prioritize the
clients’ dreams of homeownership and
see them as people, or does it only
see clients relative to the company’s
Researching company values and
seeing if they align with your own goes
hand in hand with networking, so dig
into your connections to see if you’re
familiar with someone who will share
their perspective on working there. You
also can check company-review sites
like Glassdoor to learn more about
a company’s growth and to peruse
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Despite the rise of online and mobile
banking, many customers still want to
work with mortgage originators in person, especially when making significant
financial decisions, like purchasing a
home. By following the above tips, you
can prove to current and prospective
employers that you have the ability to
deliver results, putting you and your
employer ahead of the competition as
you make homeownership a reality for
more people. n
<< Shine continued from Page 100 “While marketing yourself as the best fit for
future employers is crucial, it’s just as important
to evaluate the hiring companies and ensure
they are the best fit for you.”