15 Blog Post Ideas for Brokers

Posted by Hannah Lapin on Feb 15, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Blost Post Ideas for Brokers

In our blog post, “3 Free Blog Hosting Platforms for Brokers,” we explained why we think brokers need blogs and how to set one up. Now, we want to provide you with the kinds of topics investor clients would be looking for online. You have the expertise, so share your knowledge, and in return, gain more business.  Here are 15 blog ideas to get you started:

  • Why You Should Use a Broker
  • Understanding Mortgage Terminology
  • Five Top FAQs I Get Asked as a Broker
  • What Are My Loan Options for Rental Properties?
  • Understanding the Loan Process
  • Understanding Refinancing
  • How is my rate calculated?
  • Fixed Rates versus Adjustable Rates
  • How to Improve Your Credit Score
  • Dos and Don’ts of the Mortgage Industry
  • Questions to Ask When Applying for a Mortgage
  • Understanding Closing Costs
  • How Much Money You Should Put Down
  • Ways to Improve Your Cash Flow
  • Mortgage Myths Debunked

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