Building a business during a difficult time with Susan Meitner of Centennial Lending Group
Susan Meitner, President and CEO of Centennial Lending Group, a full-service mortgage bank in Maple Glen, Pennsylvania joins Enterprise Radio. Susan discusses building a business in a difficult time in her industry.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Susan Meitner discuss the following:
- How did you decide to open a mortgage company four years ago at such a difficult time for the mortgage industry?
- As you have seen changes in the this industry such as going from mostly refinances to there not being as many refinances, how have you and your sales team maintained production?
- How are you co-branding with realtors and other business partners?
- How is CLG different from the big, national lenders?
- How do you recruit Loan Officers and Staff at Centennial Lending Group? And…Is there a quality that you look for during the interview process?
- What makes CLG unique?
- What ways are you using marketing to increase your market share?
Susan Meitner is the President and CEO of Centennial Lending Group, a full-service mortgage bank in Maple Glen, Pennsylvania. Centennial Lending Group, LLC, was created four years ago, using Sue’s twenty years of experience and contacts in the industry as the foundation for a company. To provide world class service all services are provided under one roof, from opening a loan to closing the loan. This creates a more efficient mortgage experience for clients and employees. If the borrower has a wonderful experience they are more likely going to refer more business to you in the future to build your business.
Susan is the Winner of the 2013 Five Star Mortgage Professional Award, and has been recognized by Philadelphia magazine for Best in Overall Satisfaction. She is a Member of Entrepreneur’s Organization. Susan is a licensed mortgage originator in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, North Carolina and Virginia, Susan received her undergraduate degree from George Mason University.
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