Imagine coming in to work at your commercial mortgage brokerage practice and finding four or five new commercial loan applications in your email box. Imagine getting another dozen commercial loan leads calls over the course of the day. Imagine having a magic button that you can push whenever your volume of commercial loan lead calls starts to fall off. All of this is possible... if you know how to properly market for commercial real estate loans.
But marketing for commercial real estate loans can be very unrewarding, unless you know precisely what to do. If you need commercial loan leads, you can easily waste tens of thousands of dollars and years out of your life on commercial loan marketing schemes that are a complete bust. Imagine spending $10,000 on a large snail-mail campaign to commercial property owners and then not closing a single commercial loan. Imagine paying $5,000 for a large magazine ad and then not getting a single commercial loan lead.
This is why I have just finished a wonderful new training course for commercial mortgage brokers, SBA lenders, and bank loan officers enitled, Marketing for Commercial Real Estate Loans. This $199 training course was written in 2012, and it contains all of my latest high-tech techniques for generating commercial loan applications as easily as turning on a spigot.
First of all I will share with you all of the marketing schemes for generating commercial loans that do not work. Over the past 31 years I wasted over $1 million dollars on marketing schemes that were a complete bust. I soooo wish I could have taken a course in commercial mortgage marketing instead of wasting that $1 million. If I had only bought farmland with that $1 million that I had wasted on unsuccessful marketing schemes...
Then I will teach you a number of simple and proven methods for marketing for commercial real estate loans that work as reliably as turning on a water spigot. This course is written in the form of 52 separate lessons on commercial mortgage marketing. To see a sample lesson (five slides), please click on the link below:
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