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In today’s challenging and competitive mortgage industry, social media is not an option–it is a requirement to survive in the business world. According to a recent study by Nielsen Ratings, the typical American adult spends an average of 10 hours, 39 minutes each day using smartphones, tablets, TV, radio, computers and video games.

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The power of social media to develop business relationships is undeniable. Yet the mortgage industry has been slow to embrace it because of regulatory risk and fear of ever-changing technologies. But it’s time to face the fear and figure it out once and for all–for the benefit of your consumers and the success of our industry.

With such easy access through technology and social media, why wouldn’t you use it to your advantage to help build and improve your personal brand? According to National Association of Realtors (NAR), 69 percent of home shoppers who take action on a real estate-branded Web site begin their research with a local term (ex. homes for sale) on a search engine.