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10 Steps to Becoming a Linkedin Star

10 Steps to Becoming a Linkedin Star

Shannon Hicks July 3, 2015 0

If you are not actively using the professional networking site Linkedin you are missing out..big time. Rather than sifting through political rants, cat videos and pictures of cute kids on other social platforms you

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June Top 100 HECM Lenders Report

June Top 100 HECM Lenders Report

Shannon Hicks July 1, 2015 0

Download your June Top 100 Retail HECM Lenders Report Here. This report was compiled from data courtesy of Reverse Market Insight

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‘Unwinding’ a Reverse Mortgage: Heirs Need Assistance

‘Unwinding’ a Reverse Mortgage: Heirs Need Assistance

Shannon Hicks June 29, 2015 4

Bankrate Article Highlights Challenges of Heirs Settling Reverse Mortgages It’s no secret. Many of our past borrowers will pass away during our tenure as reverse mortgage professionals. Knowing this shouldn’t we prepare our borrowers

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7 Tips to be More Persuasive

7 Tips to be More Persuasive

Shannon Hicks June 26, 2015 4

To save you the cost of an all day event let’s look at seven ways we can be more persuasive in our daily business and yes, even our personal life. The following is from

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Is the Battle Over?

Is the Battle Over?

Shannon Hicks June 22, 2015 3

Is the battle over? HUD’s recent change to non borrowing spouse policy for Home Equity Conversion Mortgages is lauded by consumer advocates. June 12th may mark the end of the long fought battle between

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Got Skills?

Got Skills?

Shannon Hicks June 19, 2015 1

You got skills? Working hard may look good but it may not be enough to ensure your success. Truth be told many work hard and yet fail to achieve their goals.

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Transparency Needed for Improvement

Transparency Needed for Improvement

Shannon Hicks June 15, 2015 3

CFPB Not Releasing Ad Data at Core of Recently Released Study After releasing a consumer advisory and the results of focus group findings of reverse mortgage ads that were deemed misleading, ambiguous or difficult

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