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Business is tough right now for everyone. 7 weeks without closing a loan is nothing. I know LO's that haven't done a deal in 7 months. Yeah if you need income you may want to find another job, then start networking. If you have past due bills, commission work is not for you. Commission is for people who have reserves for the lean times. Loans dont just come knocking on your door. You have to market yourself, offer something others don't and this alone is difficult enough without worring about making ends meet. IF you've only been in this biz 7 weeks, how many books, marketing resource have you read or tapped? Does everyone you know now know that you are helping people with loan needs?? It's lean times for the seasoned. muchless the new. Borrowers are more savy. They dont want just anyone advising them. What makes you the go to person? This is what you need to market. Lots of LO's have gone back to regular jobs. Not a good time to get in. ************************** LET Weston ADD.... You can go back to a regular job and utilize that exposure to network with new people. Mortgages is a numbers game. The more people you know, the higher the likelyhood will be you will know someone who needs a loan or wants to buy a home. They need to know thats what you do. This biz is highly adaptable to a flexible schedule. You can hang your license at a broker that allows you to work part time. We have agents that work a regular job, say like being a teacher, and then work their pipeline from 3 - 5 pm when lenders are still open. It all hinges on having an excellent processing office support team who can manage professionally in your absence. Luckily we have that. You should have started this biz with tips from your office manager. You should have 1) made a list of every person you know 2) create a good letter introducing your circle of friends to you new career choice (dont go into why you got into the biz-irrelevant). 3) inform them of issues in the market that may affect them 4) let them know what programs that can help them 5) offer them all a free consultation or review of their current program. Keep in mind people want someone who has experience. What I mean is that if you don't own a home yourself, still live with mom and dad, have the latest coach bag when you have no income, that will turn people off. Work on your position. You cannot impart (financial advice) what you do not possess.(financial experience) I've heard it said If people like you they will listen to you, but if they trust you they'll do business with you. Give your clients a reason to trust you. That's what an open book advisor is and why we believe in it. It has helped us in this market. Good luck and if you have any questions, you can always pop online a hit live chat.
I would HIGHLY recommend you get out of the industry....just for now. This is the worst time to be starting in the mortgage industry, and don't compare yourself with co-workers who have been in the business for years...they built it up during the 'boom' and you may never, ever see that kind of money, or even enough to eat on.
While you're a longtime super loan officer you dont easily choose a base pay. whether the marketplace remains in undesirable shape and in case you dont have a solid customer base you wont make a super type of money. The employer is what you're making of it. Are you already in this employer or merely commencing out?
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