And We’re Back……….
So it’s been a while, but now “we are back from a commercial break”, as my good friend Ken Kellner says over a megaphone in his tiki bar every time someone new walks in. Why is this relevant, you may be asking yourself? Well, during my “commercial break” I honed my writing skills, educated myself on the virtues of content marketing, and have prepared a plan to “let the world know” I am here providing valuable, timely, and insightful content as well as insurmountable mortgage knowledge.
This blog is about home financing and real estate, that’s my shtick. I am a mortgage guy, and have been for the past 17 years. I absolutely love what I do! When people ask me what I do for a living, my standard answer is that I help people and their families achieve the American Dream. I know that’s corny, but it’s the truth. I can talk all day, every day, about mortgage and real estate. I love it so much, I’ve been known to answer my phone in the evenings and weekends to stay consistent with the all day, every day claim 🙂
When I was thinking about restarting the blog, I wanted to really focus on providing useful content that homebuyers, homeowners, and realtors seek out when looking for mortgage advice online. With the hopes it will be on-point, well received and shared with others. Some of the content I will post will be directed towards, my friend, the realtor. Why? Because they are my lifeblood. They are the one’s with the buyers, plus I truly want to help them grow their businesses. So you will see some social media marketing posts, posts on lead generation, and systems of follow-up, in addition to mortgage and real estate information.
So with that in mind, I’m going to try to not spend too much time, in later posts, talking about the finer details of mortgage approvals, etc., because I tend to geek out writing about it and it will come across like a bunch of nonsense to those not familiar with “mortgage-ese”. I WILL spend a lot of time writing about the basics of mortgage pre-approval, from credit, and collateral (subject property), to assets and income. There probably will be a video blog or two along the way to better illustrate some of the points, I am sure that will be interesting!
The plan is to post weekly. I am currently working on firming up the content calendar. I am excited to get started! I hope you’re excited to see my next post too!
Marc Edelstein is a Michigan mortgage banker, with over 17 years experience originating residential mortgages. You can reach Marc by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 248-379-6749. Marc has a super cool mobile app he would like to share with you. It can be downloaded here http://bit.ly/supercoolapp. Please do not forget to share this post with others who would benefit from it, the more the merrier.
Till Next Time