Learn more about Modex and how you can create better employer-employee connections in mortgage banking through technology and data transparency.
What kind of data are you using to improve your Mortgage Business Intelligence and recruiting?
As the pandemic “peak” passes and things begin to shift to our new reality post-covid-19, we’re focusing this episode on growing and expanding your mortgage business! We have Dale Larson Jr. and Dale Larson III as our guests in the Hot Topic to talk about the exciting possibilities that are available to help you grow and expand in 2020 and beyond!
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Modex is a technology platform that matches residential mortgage loan production with loan fulfillment by helping loan officers optimize their value in the marketplace.
Dale Larson III : Driven leader with experience in both finance and technology. Strong record of enriching team culture and innovation.
As the founder and CEO of Modex Inc, Dale III is a driven technologist with a focus on real estate, mortgage banking and the transformational use of data analytics. He leads the team of both mortgage professionals and software engineers in the development of tools that analyse data in the area of human capital and business intelligence for the mortgage banking space.
Dale Larson Jr: Mortgage banking entrepreneur with over 25 years executing on strategies for branch acquisitions and Loan Officer recruitment resulting in the aggregation of billions of dollars in loan production.
As a founder, partner, and investor Dale understands the importance of executing on business strategies that result in better customer experiences while striving for efficiencies that produce better results for all parties. He provided the leadership for 3 businesses that resulted in the acquisitions of these enterprises by a publicly traded bank, national mortgage banker, and a venture capitalist.
Topics covered in this Episode:
1. The power of data for mortgage recruiting.
2. Solving the problems in the recruitment dance.
3. Machine learning and predictive analytics in mortgage banking and human capital.
4. Beyond compensation, what’s important to hiring and retaining loan officers?
5. Transparency in mortgage recruiting.