Your Questions About Mortgage Loan Officer

Richard asks…

Can a Mortgage officer check credit for free?

Can you have your credit checked more than once by different mortgage loan officers? If so is there usually a cost to you?

John answers:

No, they pay for the service, it is not free.

Sandra asks…

I was recently laid off and have a chance to go into mortgages or insurance sales any suggestions?

I was a mortgage loan officer for about 2 years but am possibly looking to start fresh within the insurance industry. Any insight is greatly appreciated.

John answers:

Give it a shot because the economy has botttomed out and there is no place but up at his point and time.

Ruth asks…

How do you make money from home for a short time?

I am a mortgage loan officer, but with the market like it is……I need some extra income. Any ideas?

John answers:

Here is an inspiring financial success story about a business built at home from scratch. See if you can get any ideas from here…

Http://www.power-of-giving.com/success-secrets.html

Good Luck on your quest!

Donald asks…

What is the best way to find more clients?

I am a mortgage loan officer and investment specialist in the Portland/Vancouver area and I am having no luck when it comes to finding clients. I know that they are out there, I just don’t know how to kind them.

John answers:

It’s very competitive right now and a lot of buyers have dropped out of the market. Pass out your business card to everyone you meet. Visit builders. Visit model homes. Good luck!

Lisa asks…

What are the steps involved in opening a small Christian book store/giftshop in GA?

I am currently a mortgage loan officer who isn’t very happy with my profession. I am 30 years old and ready to start a business of my own. The problem is that I really don’t know how to get started. Any suggestions or tips?

John answers:

Go to http://www.score.org/ and in the upper left hand corner, enter your zip code. On the next screen, you will get information on the nearest SCORE chapter. Call them and arrange for a free meeting with a SCORE counselor.

SCORE is a nonprofit association dedicated to entrepreneur education and the formation, growth and success of small business nationwide. SCORE is a resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

SCORE has 389 chapters in locations throughout the United States and its territories, with 10,500 volunteers nationwide. Both working and retired executives and business owners donate time and expertise as business counselors.

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