San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 1, 2006
A newly launched online mortgage origination platform from Broker2Broker gives California real estate brokers control over the process of administering residential mortgage loans.
“The platform was developed and designed to add an entirely new source of revenue for real estate brokers by giving them the ability to offer residential mortgage loans to their agents and clients,” says Jason Katz of Broker2Broker. “With our new platform, brokers will benefit in many ways and can offer a wider range of services to their clients.”
Broker2Broker (available online at http://www.broker2broker.com) offers 24-hour real-time status updates for brokers, realtors and clients. After enrolling in the program, real estate brokers will have access to encrypted secure online web tools, a user-friendly loan application, pipeline reporting, and all the necessary documentation to complete the loan and be RESPA-compliant. They also have an option of learning the system through a personalized one-on-one demonstration with their assigned production manager.
Broker2Broker combines the latest technology, well-trained mortgage assistants, and access to the most competitive mortgage products, allowing each real estate broker to assist clients while managing the business to its maximum potential. A real estate brokerage can even expand the company to include a mortgage division using the Broker2Broker system.
“This way, the real estate broker maintains control over the loan process, having the ability to originate loans with the help of a personal production manager,” says Katz. “Broker2Broker thus provides a one-stop shop to search a network of hundreds of lenders ready to place almost every loan situation.”
Broker2Broker™, a service company, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Lending Executives Inc. The company’s flagship product, launched in May 2006, is a comprehensive online mortgage origination platform. For more information, please visit http://www.broker2broker.com or contact Jason Katz at 1.888.B2B.0155.
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