Employees, customers, candidates, and partners in all mortgage lending and real estate areas at CMS Mortgage can expect to find both optimism and opportunity in 2022. As we go toe-to-toe with COVID-19 and remote communications for another year, we have adapted to a different way of life, communication and realities.Verify my mortgage eligibility (Sep 27th, 2023)
“We have learned a lot from last year. New opportunities have presented themselves with significant growth for our organization, employees, customers, and partners. We are very excited to bring in the new year.”
– Corrina Carter [President, Founder & CEO of CMS Mortgage]
We have recognized several key opportunities in our industry and are ready to respond to them. It’s time to adapt to changing times and thrust ourselves forward. What are these top 10 changing times and opportunities?Verify my mortgage eligibility (Sep 27th, 2023)
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We’ve learned countless lessons during the pandemic and economic downturn. As the recovery begins, we will process what we have learned and apply it to our future success. For example, how will we use our newfound digital and virtual platforms to meet and work together? How will resilient lessons be applied to be even more prepared and successful?
Answering these and many more questions will be how we, as individuals, leaders, and organizations, best respond to the aftermath of 2020. Learning and growing from this challenging year will better position us for what we will undoubtedly encounter in 2021.Show me today's rates (Sep 27th, 2023)