Neil Anders talks mortgage advice

Not far from the boat-filled harbor of Newport Beach are the offices of Neil Anders, a licensed mortgage adviser. For more than two decades, Anders has called this idyllic Orange County community home. He has made it his mission to prioritize his clients.

Anders was drawn to the mortgage industry when he was still a teenager. He graduated from high school when he was just 15 and graduated from college when he was 17. When a friend of his opened a mortgage company, Anders recognized it was a lucrative business and demanded to learn the ropes, saying “I loved the financial benefit of the company.”

Anders was soon to learn about the financial pitfalls of investing in real estate. The global financial crisis of 2008 had a negative impact not only on many of his clients, but also on Anders himself. He found himself in the excruciating position of watching banks seize some of his properties. However, these challenges only strengthened his determination to grow personally and professionally. Since then, he has been committed to helping each of his clients achieve their financial goals.

Over the past few years, the mortgage industry has gone through significant changes, mainly due to the global pandemic. Some major changes that have occurred are the increased digitization of mortgages and the volume of homebuyers. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a major boom in home loans and mortgage refinances. The volume of refinancing has reached a staggering level $2.7 trillionthe total trading volume for 2020 amounting to $4.1 trillion.

As Vice President of Sales at Trust rate in Newport Beach, California, Anders and his team provide all loan products available in the United States. Over the past 18 years, Anders has built strong relationships with all of his partners through his hard work and dedication to the business. Anders’ unwavering dedication to each of his clients is reflected in his five star Zillow Evaluation. He is quick to say, “We always put the customer first. Good salespeople love their product, but good salespeople love their customers.

As for what Anders loves most about his job, he says he loves the fact that he can never predict what he will be doing at the end of the day. “There are always new situations and guidelines in the industry, and it’s a constant challenge to keep myself and my team informed and up-to-date on all current loan availability and financing options.”

He stresses the importance of follow-up. “We stay in constant contact with everyone involved in a transaction, not just the buyer’s agent, but also the seller’s agent, because if you’re a seller’s agent, your customers are nervous and want to know what is happening.” So it’s no wonder that in this fast-paced and sometimes stressful world, Anders’ clients feel satisfied. so much so that over 90% of Anders business comes from direct referrals.

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