What does it take to be a Visio Broker?

Posted by Hannah Lapin on Sep 27, 2017 12:56:59 PM

What does it take to be a Visio Broker_

Visio Brokers earn up to 5 pts per loan and made over 1.2 million dollars in 2017. There is no question that it is a good way to earn income. So the question becomes, what is actually involved in being a Visio Broker?

The answer is simpler than you might think. Here is a list of the key responsibilities of our approved brokers:

Learn our loan programs 

  • and become an advocate for them. Be able to explain them to your clients. We will regularly provide you up-to-date materials.

Gather all relevant application materials 

  • for your clients, completed and accurate to the best of your knowledge. Send us residential real estate investors only.

Send us rental investors only

  • No owner occupiers, please!

Oh, and did we mention we don't require a license (except for in California)? Anyone who knows investors is eligible to be a Visio Broker. Ready to join? Become an approved broker.

Become Approved Broker

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Editor's Note: This post was originally published in September 2017 and has been updated in August 2018 for freshness and accuracy. 

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