Webinars

From Our Industry’s Thought Leaders

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Webinar Archives

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Past Webinars

How to Create a More Engaging Reverse Mortgage Website

Hear from RMI’s Jon McCue and Cherie Sharp from Client Machines to learn how more engaging video and compelling industry data are exactly what every reverse mortgage website needs to attract more borrowers to your site, hold visitor’s attention longer, and mtivate prospects to meet with you.

Let Reverse Mortgage Popularity Do the Talking

Join RMI’s Director of Client Relations, Jon McCue, and hear how to use compelling and current reverse mortgage loan data to create more effective conversations with realtors, financial planners and their clients who can benefit from reverse mortgages’ many advantages.

2021 In Review and Looking Ahead to 2022

Join us for a frank discussion of what we experienced in the Reverse Mortgage industry this past year and what that can mean to all of us going forward.

Revealed: 3 Tools to Boost Your Web Traffic, Effectiveness and Marketing

Learn exactly what it takes to improve the performance of your HECM Origination web site and get the most from every dollar you invest in it.

How to Use RMI Data to Buy Smarter

See firsthand how RMI’s proprietary tools and one-of-kind data repository give HMBS Issuers and Servicers the ability to accurately value current or potential reverse mortgage loans, portfolios and MSRs.

How To Use Better Data To Gain a Bigger Edge

This exciting webinar includes a demonstration of this powerful business tool for reverse mortgage loan originators and allow time for questions from participants.