A&D Mortgage is committed to improving the knowledge base of the mortgage industry about our company, its products, how Non-QM loan products help borrowers, and ways that mortgage brokers can improve their business.
Below is a schedule of upcoming FREE webinars occurring every Tuesday at 1 PM EST. Just click on the webinar you are interested in attending to register.
TOPIC: Getting the Non-QM ADvantage with A&D Mortgage in 2022
Learn how to use our newest IT and marketing tools with our suite of Non-QM loan products to expand your pipeline and close loans faster in 2022.
March 15 TOPIC: Using Bank Statements to Qualify Self-Employed Borrowers
With more than 30% of today’s workforce classified as “self-employed,” bank statement loan programs are an ideal way to get them qualified for a mortgage. Learn the ins and out of how A&D Mortgage works with self-employed borrowers’ bank statements and Non-QM loans..
March 29 TOPIC: AD Studio – The Best Marketing Platform for Mortgage Brokers
Join us for a live demonstration and Q&A on designing professional marketing materials with AD Studio. It makes it easy for brokers to create professionally designed marketing materials — flyers, postcards, social media, etc. — from your desktop or your phone.
TOPIC: Cash in on Cash-outs: Making Refinances Work in 2022
Analysts have predicted that 2022 will be a hard year for refinances, but there is still going to be activity in the cash-out sector. Find out how cash-out refinances work today, what their requirements are, what options are available to borrowers, and what are the alternatives.
TOPIC: The New Non-QM Normal: Successful Sales Strategies with Non-QM Programs
In today’s market, Non-QM loans are becoming the new normal as rates for conventional loans become increasingly more challenging to qualify for. Learn strategies on how to close more Non-QM business in a competitive market from a top A&D Account Manager.
As A&D Mortgage’s Communications Manager. Carl Holman has more than 20 years of expertise in marketing, media relations, and communications, having spent 10 years of his career in mortgage lending and real estate. He holds a Bachelor’s in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of South Carolina.