“Thanks again Joe, look forward to working with you!”

“Thanks again Joe, look forward to working with you!”

 

 

 

Anytime you can talk someone off the ledge after a bad experience with an online mortgage company, you can make someone’s life a little better. This was the case on Friday.

 

She had gotten online to get pre-qualified and all went OK until she called the loan officer letting him know that the offer that she made on a property was accepted. After three days and many phone calls and emails with no response, she knew this was not good.

 

The listing agent called me, surprisingly not the selling agent as she was very new and really didn’t know what to do and real estate was only a part-time business. Fortunately she figured she should notify the listing agent and that is when I got the referral.

 

The client called within a few minutes and I took her through the pre-qualification process. She asked me what would be different working with me and it didn’t really take much convincing, but she was a bit cautious. After some discussion I made arrangements to do her mortgage application right after the home inspection.

 

It is unfortunate when loan officers stop communicating. Efficient communication is now more important than ever.

 

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Joe Petrowsky, NMLS #6869

Right Trac Financial Group, Inc. NMLS #2709

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