New Book by Author Jim Seibert is a Behind-the-Scenes Tell All Providing Invaluable Insight to Navigate the Waters of Mortgage Industry
Portland, Oregon September 19, 2020 – Without question the mortgage industry in the United States is experiencing stress, after years of relative calm as COVID-19 severely blunts the economy. However, this time around even with unemployment reaching unseen levels even in the previous financial crisis the federal government has been quick to react and thanks to mortgage industry experts such as author Jim Seibert of Enter the Mortgage Dragon, homebuyers can navigate the lending market in good markets as well as bad. Enter the Mortgage Dragon is a tell-all book from an industry insider which navigates the lending process from start to finish with powerful insights throughout the whole way. Even if a homeowner or potential buyer is not in the market to buy a new home, Enter the Mortgage Dragon provides a chapter on credit that is valuable to every consumer. The book additionally is an invaluable resource for those who are currently in the lending industry or just starting out.
“I wrote this book to share my personal and professional experience from being in the industry over 20 years,” said Jim Seibert, Author, Enter the Mortgage Dragon. “If someone is looking to purchase a home, work in the lending industry, or any sales field for that matter, in either case this book will be the ultimate resource for you.”
The powerful new book helps any reader navigate the murky lending industry waters, covering the process A-Z with topics such as customer service, using the internet, how to find a lender, loan types, loan and interest rates, and much, much more. As previously mentioned, the chapter on credit is priceless for anyone who is looking to clean up their credit in general even if they are not currently looking to purchase a home.
In addition, the book provides a personal tell-all on how to avoid the dreaded Department of Business Oversight and pitfalls to avoid, which unfortunately mistakes most industry professionals make on a daily basis. Thanks to author Jim Seibert and his extensive experience, the lending industry just got a little less scary and a little easier to navigate.
“I am beyond excited about the positive response to the book so far and look forward to speaking publicly about the current industry trends during our pandemic,” said Jim Seibert, Author, Enter the Mortgage Dragon. “I am looking forward to helping others realize their professional dreams of working in the industry and showing them how to succeed, as well as the pitfalls to avoid."
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Jim Seibert with over 20+ years in the mortgage lending industry and as one of the leading Mortgage Loan Advisors in Northern California, Jim Seibert wrote Enter the Mortgage Dragon (add tag) to tell his personal, inspirational story about his journey to becoming one California’s most influential figures in the mortgage industry and his struggles along the way. For 5 years, he has sat on a preferred council of the CalHFA Board to make important funding allocations and implementing new rules and regulations. As a well-respected Mortgage Loan Advisor, Jim Seibert has effectively managed teams and branches with over 20 employees. and is a seasoned public speaker. Jim Seibert grew up in the United States foster care system and truly believes in giving back. His volunteer work includes the Children’s Receiving Home, Progress House, Salvation Army and Loaves and Fishes. Jim Seibert actively volunteers for organizations supporting JDRF (a cure for supporting juvenile Diabetes) and has received awards for his efforts. He is a father with a son with Type I Diabetes. As an award-winning Mortgage Advisor, Jim Seibert has been honored with #1 Producer in Northern California (8 years), Humanitarian Award/Balanced Life Award (2 years), and Comstock’s Advisor of the Year, to name just a few. Today, Jim Seibert currently resides in Portland, Oregon, with the love of his life Vera, her daughter Polina and is pursuing his passion as a Chef. He has on several occasions been asked to attend several mortgage branches throughout Oregon and Washington as a paid motivational speaker: including training in marketing, mortgage programs, customer service and credit counseling.
You may also contact Jim at Leadership Speakers Bureau to schedule him for speaking or leadership engagements.