Lead generation has to be a two-way street to work effectively, says paaleads.com.During a seminar at last week’s Mortgage Business Expo Vanessa Blount, head of paaleads.com, spoke about the benefits of lead generation. There has recently been concern over whether it is worth paying upfront for leads that may not be genuine or lead to conversions. But Blount says advisers must play their part. Blount says: “Generators can help gain business but it is has to be a two-way process. If the broker does not contact the client quickly they will lose the deal and they can’t blame the provider. Conversion rates fall if the client is not contacted within 24 hours. “Also, converting leads will take time and work and brokers must have realistic expectations of outcomes.”
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Economic Lifestyle is challenging other equity release providers to improve the terms and conditions of their products as it launches its cash release plan, a fully portable and flexible reversion scheme available for customers aged 60 and over.The retirement housing and finance specialist believes poor sales of reversion plans in comparison with lifetime mortgage schemes […]
The latest research from the National Landlords Association indicates Britains landlords are struggling to get their heads around the new Housing Health and Safety Rating System. The HHSRS covers 29 different areas of risk, considerably extending the nine point housing fitness standard currently in use. However, just over one in 10 of landlords say they […]
Brits with a dream home in the sun are being overcharged by banks when transferring money regularly from the UK, says Currencies Direct. Whether for making payments to cover foreign mortgages, covering living expenses and bills or transferring UK pensions, the reasons for using regular transfers are many. Emigrating or having a second home abroad […]
Mortgage Trusts latest survey reveals that 46% of landlords are not aware of the Houses in Multiple Occupation regulations due to come into effect in April 2006. Of those landlords who were aware of the licensing requirements, 44.2% became aware as a result of media coverage of the regulations whilst 21.6% of landlords became aware […]
EEF stated in its 2015 EEF Manifesto that the UK’s growth prospects depend on people being fit, working and productive. Keeping people in work and helping people return to work is very important for the manufacturing sector. It means boosting productivity by getting people back into work as early as is possible, as well as fostering workplace cultures and environments that proactively manage individuals’ health conditions so that all can benefit from lower sickness absence outcomes.
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