Mortgage Women Magazine
March 2022

A Visionary LeadHer

In this issue, Lydia Pope shows why she is a "LeadHer" for the underserved in the mortgage industry; learn how failure can be a good thing; and we shine a well-deserved spotlight on the women who are the top mortgage originators.

Lydia Pope
Cover Story
Visionary LeadHer

Most powerful leadHER at NAREB

Dr. Vanessa Montañez
Loan Officer Musical Chairs
Why Do Loan Officers Play Musical Chairs?

Sales Training Makes Them Less Likely To Jump

Megan Marsh
Transforming Condo Project Reviews
How Tragedy Is Transforming Condo Project Reviews

The collapse of the Champlain Towers has forever changed the condominium market.

Regulation and Compliance
Lisa Geloso
The Story Of Your Success
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Culture of Constant Learning
Creating A Culture Of Constant Learning

Educating employees with new skills improves the borrower experience

Dawn Elmore
Big Girls Do Cry
Big Girls Do Cry

Encouraging emotional intelligence in the workplace.

Megan Marsh
New Hope for First-Time Homebuyers
A New Hope For First-Time Homebuyers

New FHA limits and down-payment assistance help borrowers get into homes

Miki Adams
Experian Boost
Experian Boost … Or Bust?

When a $5 Billion company offers a program for free, your data is the product.

Tyna-Minet Anderson
Dektop Appraisals
Fannie/Freddie Desktop Appraisals?

A win, or a risk to our industry?

Chrissy Brown
Kate Amor
Success Comes From Outside The Comfort Zone

Kate Amor believes risking failure is invigorating and gets you noticed

Laura Brandao
Mortgage Women Magazine

Stories and actionable information told from the unique perspective of women fueling the growth of the mortgage world.