Unfortunately, there are too many examples of long-term banking customers who walk into a branch and take out all their money just so they can walk down the street to give it to a lender that their Realer recommends instead.
Horsham, PA (PRWEB) September 09, 2011
Family Abstract, a Title Company in Horsham, PA, is developing a Webinar for banks, credit unions and other lending institutions that explains and explores how changing real estate markets are creating new opportunities to provide home buyers with real estate buying agreements that aren’t centrally focused on commission-based models.
Working with real estate educational company Nucazza, LP, Family Abstract will be presenting a webinar entitled ‘How Lenders Can Help Home Buying Customers Save Thousands of Dollars on Their Next Home’ to area lenders to promote how alternative compensation agreements can be created to give home buyers more control over the home buying process by allowing them to pay their agents directly for the time and services – in exchange for the money they would have paid that agent at a traditional closing. This model allows home buyers to save thousands of dollars while removing the risk of a successful closing from the shoulders the agent – who also gets paid for their valuable time every time they help a buyer.
Family Abstract CEO Glenn Freezman says, "Unfortunately, there are too many examples of long-term banking customers who walk into a branch and take out all their money just so they can walk down the street to give it to a lender that their Realer recommends instead.
These webinars were created to help lender learn ways that they can better identify which of the 4% of their current banking customers are in the market for a new home at any given time and can offer those customers competitive mortgage rates along with an understand of other ways that can save literally thousands of dollars on the price of their next home."
This October 6th webinar is open to all Philadelphia area lenders who want to learn more about ways to offer their banking customers added value when planning and buying a new home. Additional information exploring ways that bankers can better identify and work with current customers who are also prospective home buyers will be covered as well.
The first 30 minute webinar will be presented live October 6nd, 2011 at 3:00pm (EST) and is free to all attendees. For more information or to reserve your spot, please visit the Nucazza website at http://www.nucazza.com/upcoming-webinars or register directly at https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/178278382.
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