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REMN Wholesale Sponsors Webinar to Guide LOs Through Refi Boom

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 07, 2017
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/435400388294733571

With the refinance boom rapidly coming to an end, many mortgage brokers and originators are quickly realizing they are not adequately prepared to make up for a potentially dramatic loss of business. To help industry colleagues avoid a potential downturn in business, REMN Wholesale is teaming up with National Mortgage Professional Magazine to produce “Five High Impact Purchase Business Generators,” a comprehensive Webinar that will provide professionals with unique strategies and solutions they can leverage to rebuild and increase the purchase side of their business. The condensed, 45-minute Webinar will take place Thursday, March 9, and is available free of charge to industry professionals who register in advance at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/435400388294733571.
 
REMN’s sponsorship of this Webinar is in line with its commitment to being the ultimate wholesale partner for the mortgage industry. Along with providing its customers with same-day turn times on new files, REMN offers an industry leading level of support through advanced training programs, complimentary marketing tools and a dedicated internal helpdesk.
 
“The economy and technology are changing the mortgage industry at a speed we’ve never seen before,” said Carl Markman, director of national sales for REMN Wholesale. “The end of the refi boom has been on the horizon for some time, but many didn’t see, or want to believe, that a shift was coming. For those who were unprepared, as well as those who are looking to expand their business even further, this webinar will provide proven strategies they can leverage in unique ways to generate better leads and cultivate referrals for years to come.”
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