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The Five W's of Mortgage Revolution


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What:  Mortgage Revolution is this year’s Super Bowl for our industry. Both LoanToolBox and Strategic Equity elected to fore go their annual events in 2009.  We took it upon ourselves to make sure LO’s have a killer event this year.

Why:  We think it’s critical for us to have a place to get together, learn, blow off steam and get psyched for 2010. But MRev will go way beyond that. We’re donating 100% of the profits to charity. Perhaps what I’m most excited about is the fact that we’re going to build the mortgage originator’s “code of ethics” that will transcend broker vs. banker. It’s time to rebuild our industry, and it begins in…

Where:  Atlanta, Georgia

When:  November 9th thru 11th, 2009

Who:  The sharpest minds in the business – and hopefully you!

Okay, that’s the 5 W’s.  It’s going to be awesome.  Our goal is 1,000 students at the Revolution – and that’s gonna take a lot of work.  Are you game?  If so, please bring a friend.  Better yet, give me a shout if you’d like to join the MRev team – we could use the help putting this event together!

July 7, 2009 by · Leave a Comment

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Mark is President of Top of Mind Networks, specializing in turn-key CRM solutions for mortgage professionals.


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  1. Dee Dee Uzzell says:

    How much is this going to cost? How many participants do you need to make this a successful event.

  2. Mark Green says:

    Hi Dee Dee,

    Thanks for the comment. The spirit of MRev is to make it accessible to anyone and everyone who wants to be a part of the Revolution. Thus, you can get in for free – but we’re asking everyone to make a $200, $300, or $400 charitable donation (the more you give the more perks you get) in hopes of raising a bunch of money for charity. This is a non-profit event. You can find all the details at http://www.mortgagerevolution.info. Thanks again, hope to see you in Atlanta.

    By the way, we’ve moved the dates to January 10 thru 12, 2010 instead of November.

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