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Renee Harvey

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Online Lending Part 1: Time to Dip your Toe in the Water

Posted by Renee Harvey on Dec 21, 2010 11:25:00 AM

Post by Don Kracl


How many times have you heard or thought “I’m not interested in Internet Leads...all those people want to do is price me?"


I’ve heard it a bunch. It is true that many times prospects ARE using the Internet to gauge the value of a quote they’ve already received locally. Don’t you do that when making any substantial purchase? And what could be more substantial than your home?


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Topics: Internet Lending for Mortgage Bankers

RateBridge Connects Your Mortgage Rate Tables

Posted by Renee Harvey on Dec 21, 2010 11:04:00 AM

San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, London’s Tower Bridge – there’s no doubt that these are marvels in today’s world considering their long history and unmatched architectural features; but what are the great bridges in the intangible world? How about a mortgage technology bridge such as Marksman’s RateBridge? Like its tangible predecessors, RateBridge gets users from point A to point C without worrying about the long and winding road of point B. Simple enough, right?


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Topics: New Marksman RateBridge

Mortgage Pricing Engine: Buy One, Get One Free

Posted by Renee Harvey on Dec 10, 2010 9:57:00 AM

Okay so maybe the ladies will appreciate this a little more (or men who love to shop) but don’t you just love the ‘Buy One, Get One Free' sales? Buy one pair of shoes, get one free?  Or how about a young family planning on having two babies and they get twins? Bam - two kids at once! And everyone loves it when you get two bags of chips out of the vending machine but only had to pay for one, right?

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Topics: Mortgage Lead Management for Mortgage Pros

Marksman Release Notes Explained

Posted by Renee Harvey on Dec 8, 2010 11:47:00 AM

So you’ve most likely seen all different versions of the same software (Microsoft Word 93, XP, 2007, etc). Many technology companies will make upgrades to pre-existing versions of software products. These companies then make massive releases and announcements informing users of the new biggest thing. Occasionally companies will have good intentions with new versions of software. Sometimes there’s an apparent need for new software versions to be released since the old one just plain didn’t work (Windows Vista…case in point).


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Topics: Marksman Release Notes