Real Estate Professionals
Real Estate Professionals Prefer Mortgage Options
Real estate professionals face a lot of challenges – dealing with a mortgage company that’s not truly at their service shouldn’t be one of them.
You’re in the business of helping people buy and sell their homes. We’re in the business of making your job easier.
As a realtor, you’ve got a never-ending list of tasks to tend to, whether you’re working with buyers or sellers. You’re buried in mounds of paperwork. You’re out meeting prospective buyers and sellers, keeping tabs on what’s new in your local market, and answering a constant stream of questions from your clients.
Wouldn’t it be great to have a mortgage company dedicated to helping you? We aim to serve your clients so well that they tell all their friends and neighbors how wonderful YOU are.
We know you get approached practically every week by mortgage brokers on the prowl – they see you with a target on your forehead and hope that by connecting with you, you’ll send hot leads their way. In fact, popular marketing advice for mortgage companies is to search for real estate professionals with lots of listings, then stop in (with doughnuts!) to make contact…and then persist with following up until they reach a realtor so they can ask for referrals and build their business.
That sounds backwards, don’t you agree?
Sure seems like if we do our job with excellence, thoughtfulness, and efficiency, we will have all the referrals we’d ever need. It’s not your job to bring us clients; it’s our job to help your clients have the best home-buying experience they’ve ever had. That means providing expert, efficient, and truly helpful mortgage services that make the buying process smooth so your buyers can move in and start enjoying their homes as quickly as possible.
There’s a reason real estate professionals in Columbia trust Mortgage Options enough to refer us. They know our commitment to a hassle-free mortgage process will amaze and delight their clients every time – and that’s what counts.
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