Mortgage has always been a fluctuating business that leaves lenders working overtime and scrambling to hire staff when loan volume goes up, only to let them go when volume goes down. When lenders struggle to keep up, this can push closing times from 30 days to 120 days or more, which results in unhappy borrowers who may lose their dream home or decide to take their business to another lender.
Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be so complicated.
Hear from The Mortgage Firm and Waterstone Mortgage, two lenders who are efficiently handling high loan volume without hiring new staff. While some are getting crushed under the overwhelming demand, these savvy lenders have efficient processes that enable them to capitalize on the surge in loan applications. In this webinar, they share their tools and tactics for closing more loans faster and increasing the capacity of their staff.
What you’ll learn
- How you can close more loans without hiring additional employees
- The tools and tactics that savvy lenders use to handle high loan volume
- Where to strategically deploy technology and people resources
- How lenders are using digital closings to save time
Sheri Nedley | SVP of Capital Markets and Operations at The Mortgage Firm
Tom Knapp | Chief Information Officer at Waterstone Mortgage
Tristin Pittenger | Implementation Manager at Snapdocs
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