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What Clients Really Want

Buying or selling a home is a big deal. For some, it’s one of the biggest decisions they’ll ever make.

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Boost Productivity With Apps

Technology is great when it serves to promote the relationships that build your business. But technology evolves so quickly that it can be easy to miss great apps that might make everyday tasks a little easier.

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Expediting a Pre-Qualification

Although Guardian Mortgage Loan Originators are here to guide customers every step of the way, we know that sometimes buyers feel more comfortable in speaking to you, their real estate agent, about the mortgage process first.

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3 Steps to Facilitate the Communication Between Your Buyer and the Lender

The buyer, the lender, and the real estate agent are like the three sides of a triangle— when they come together, there’s tremendous strength in the formation.

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Does your loan originator work as hard as you do?

Selling real estate is a rewarding career choice, but it's a highly competitive, get-it-done-yesterday business. That's why it's important to team up with a loan originator who works as hard as you do.

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How Much Home Can Your Clients Afford?

Everyone wants to be happy in a new home. The right neighborhood, the right floor plan, and the right sales price go a long way to maximize customer satisfaction.

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Prioritizing your Referral Partners

How do you decide which referral partners deserve your time? Should you spend lots of effort putting together an email for past customers?

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Spring Clean Your Database

There’s a new obsession with decluttering that seems to be everywhere these days. We’re supposed to get rid of all the things that don’t “spark joy” so that we can get more out of the present