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Success Story: Kelcey Myers, Fidelity National Title Group

Kelcey Myers: Title and Escrow, Fidelity National Financial Watch Kelcey Myers’ video testimonial! Kelcey Myers has been the Title and Escrow business partner to hundreds of Loan Officers and Agents for over fifteen years. She’s known for her enthusiasm, accountability, and a commitment to all of her clients. She thrives off having the best customer service. “The…

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Why Social Selling is Vital for Your 2017 Goals

Bob Dylan said it best. “If your time to you is worth savin,’ then you better start swimmin’ or you’ll sink like a stone, for the times they are a-changin’.” While the mighty Dylan can transcend current events, applying his wisdom to sales techniques for the upcoming year has never been more relevant. From morning…

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5 Point Roadmap to Eliminating Every Bad Customer Experience

4 Point Roadmap to Eliminating Every Bad Customer Experience

For anybody whose business depends on referrals, avoiding a bad customer experience is essential. If I am providing a service through my business — whether it’s a consultation for a vehicle purchase, home loan, or an electrical rewiring job — I absolutely need to make sure that I don’t create a bad customer experience. That is necessary, but…

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Experienced LO Changes the Way He Connects with Clients, Sees Results!

Mike Clover, Loan Officer: The Mike Clover Group at Homewood Mortgage The Mike Clover Group at Homewood Mortgage, operating out of Fort Worth, TX, is a close-knit group of experienced mortgage professionals dedicated to getting their clients the best loans in the shortest amount of time. Group leader Mike Clover joined Homewood Mortgage LLC in 2002…

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magically easy ways to get more deals

Two Magically Easy Ways to Capture and Close More Deals

Have you ever come across the ideal prospect at a time or place you didn’t expect? It’s pure bliss — like finding a $20 bill in the pocket of an old pair of jeans. We all love the victory of an unexpected deal as much as we hate the disappointment of having a sure-thing slip right through…

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