Berj Arakelian discusses how realtors can benefit from working with mortgage lenders.
Listen to the interview on the Business Innovators Radio Network:
Berj said: “When it comes to realtors wanting to improve their business, working with a mortgage lender is a great option. They can provide numerous benefits that can help realtors close more deals and provide value to their buyers.”
Working with mortgage lenders is an integral part of a realtor’s business. After all, they’re the ones who provide the financing that clients need to buy their homes.
But there are other benefits to working with mortgage lenders beyond just providing financing. Here are three reasons why a realtor should consider working with a mortgage lender:
- They can help to close more deals.
Mortgage lenders can help to close more deals by providing pre-approval letters to buyers. This shows sellers that buyers are serious about buying their homes and can help give realtors an edge over other offers.
- They can provide additional services.
Many mortgage lenders offer additional services that can benefit both realtors and buyers. For example, some lenders provide home buyer education courses that can help buyers navigate the home-buying process. Other lenders may offer programs to help a realtor’s buyers with down payments or closing costs.
- They can give peace of mind.
Working with a mortgage lender can give realtors peace of mind knowing that their buyers are in good hands. Mortgage lenders are experts in the home financing process and can help buyers avoid common pitfalls.
Client Denis N. says: “Berj was amazing – got us the rate that nobody can beat, also response time and overall experience was first class. Additionally, Berj helped us with our credit report and helped us fix several things, he went out of his way to fill out all docs on our behalf and submit them. We are planning to buy another investment property soon and will be using Berj’s services again.”
About Berj Arakelian
Berj Arakelian is a doting husband and a proud father of two hyperactive boys. He is also the expert you need to handle all your mortgage affairs smoothly, from start to end, while saving you a lot in time, costs, energy, and frustrations. His skill as a salesman comes naturally, and he has had a lot of years to hone it to perfection and integrate it into the mortgage industry to become a part of his lifestyle. Consequently, it’s easy for him to connect with his clients and liaise with listing agents and home sellers.
Before he got into the mortgage industry, he owned and operated a chain of retail stores generating over $4+ million annually. And in the subsequent years, proceeded to complete over 2,000 financial transactions for families and businesses in the finance, estate, and mortgage industry.
His experience has spanned an incredible track record, specializing in new home purchase, cash-out refinance, high-balance and jumbo loans, and self-employed borrowers. Today, he operates in San Diego, California, with multiple recommendations as a Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist and a certified Mortgage executive. As a retail Branch Manager with USA Mortgage, he works with clients to develop financial solutions they can benefit from, now and in the future. He is your go-to for all your mortgage-related financial planning. And if you are a first-time home buyer, he goes all out to ensure you have an awesome first-time experience.
He stands out for a lot of reasons, but his clients never get enough of his Premium Buyer package. An opportunity that accords all his clients a competitive edge over their competition, by making them a priority for listing agents and sellers. With him, you accomplish your financial goals and become a homeowner in an effortless, stress-free approach.
Book a planning session with Berj today to get that VIP treatment you deserve.
Learn More: https://www.cmgfi.com/mysite/berj-arakelian
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