According to First American, less homeowners feel “locked-in” to their current interest rates—which means increases in both home sales and housing inventory could be on the way. Keeping your brand in front of your existing customer base is more important than ever—that way when buyers and sellers do enter the market, they are ready to work with you. We share strategies for staying connected with the individuals who mean the most to your business.
Marketing experts have created dozens of analogies to explain the importance of customer retention, but the one we feel is most accurate is this: Building a successful mortgage business with a poor retention program is like trying to fill a bucket with a hole. You can keep the water running, but the bucket will never be full. With this mind, we compiled a list of the retention strategies that will plug the hole in your bucket and ensure it overflows with repeat customers.