Indeed, while mortgage professionals often have to take time away from their daily work to attend such events, Pultr highlighted the chance they offer to develop new connections and relationships that will ultimately help scale business to the next level.
“At the end of the day, we’re all talking about how we’re building relationships with our clients – but we need to take the time to build relationships with our industry as well,” he said.
From a TMG perspective, 2022 has been a productive year, with the company doubling down on its use of technology while also focusing on helping agents maximize their growth and earnings potential.
As well as continuing to champion its internal Hurricane platform, TMG has developed a new platform, Lender IQ, a policy and rate tool that it manages in-house.
“We’ve had a number of innovations,” Pultr said, “and a steady message for us is that we’re going to continue to innovate because we know that there’s still a lot of opportunity within the mortgage space to continue to raise the profile of brokers and make them more effective while also doing a better job for consumers at the end of the day.”