How to Understand Your Mortgage Customer's Appetite

Aries, Rod; Farris, Robert
February 2000
Mortgage Banking;Feb2000, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p83
Deals with understanding the mortgage client's needs. Listening to a question and determining why the client asked it; Analysis of the question; Benefits of using electronic mail.


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