Top 7 Ways Agents Annoy Clients & Top 5 Things Consumers Hate about Applying For a Mortgage

Top 7 Ways Agents Annoy Clients & Top 5 Things Consumers Hate about Applying For a Mortgage

Technology is all about improving how we do things and how we communicate with others. In today’s show Joe discusses two articles: The Top 7 Ways Real Estate Agents Annoy Clients and The Top 5 Things Consumers Hate about Applying For a Mortgage. Using data like this many companies will be changing the way they invest in their business. Joe then discusses upcoming technology that will improve our relationship with consumers as well as other concerns that need to be addressed by the industry.

 

 

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1 Comment

  1. Paul Sharp on November 22, 2017 at 11:22 pm

    This is absolutely right that mortgage agents annoy clients by many ways and same are the reasons that people are afraid of considering this procedure. However, the only procedure related to it seems less annoying is reverse mortgage because it has not many complications. It has some straight rules; you just need to be eligible.

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