Do Your KPIs Align with Your Core Values, Strategy and Corporate Culture? By Mari Denton, Director of Client Success at LBA Ware mari.denton@lbaware.com How do you communicate your strategic goals to your loan originators? It’s not a rhetorical question — though it is a philosophical one. Answering it honestly will help you identify opportunities to better align your KPIs with your core values, which in turn will drive better business results. Let’s say you are Read More

One way to combat the high cost of loan originator turnover and improve the longevity of your top performers is to build a data-driven strategy that dives into what’s causing the churn. Here’s a 6-step approach to help you get started

How high is loan originator turnover — and what’s behind it? LO turnover is both common and costly. Managing it effectively is essential to an organization’s success. In part 1 of a 2-part blog series, we reveal the true cost LO turnover has on your business.

The lenders that succeed in tomorrow’s mortgage market will do so because they have the deepest data insights, not necessarily the deepest pockets. Read this blog post to learn how Billy Beane’s infamous Moneyball approach should be implemented at your mortgage company.

Ever wonder what type of performance fluctuations exist amongst your LOs? We did. In this blog post, we reveal some of the trends we discovered when we studied the performance of 5,500 LOs over a 30-month period.

There are two major concerns preoccupying mortgage lenders’ minds these days: reducing costs and increasing volume. In many ways, loan originators (LO) play a large role in lenders’ successes (and failures) in those goals. As compensation is one of lenders’ largest expenses, we took a look at the wealth of data we process on how lenders are compensating their sales staff and what kind of volume those staffs are producing.

These days, it’s all about data. Of course, having data is one thing. Doing something meaningful with it is another. In today’s highly competitive market, mortgage executives must be able to have access to and use their data to make smart business decisions.