Mortgage Mailing Lists
Mortgage Mailing Lists are used by mortgage direct marketers to get valuable information to their potential customers at the right time. In order to be effective, this type of mailing list should provide leads that are accurate and continually kept up-to-date.
Where the Mortgage Mailing List Data Comes From
Our data is compiled from a combination of the largest U.S. deed recording databases and public records and include mortgage transaction details and property info directly from county tax assessor filings. The databases are updated regularly to ensure that they contain the most accurate and up-to-date information. This mortgage holder information is the key to success with this type of direct mail marketing campaign.
Mortgage Mailing Lists Can Be Tailored To Fit Your Needs
As with any type of direct mail marketing campaign, the more your mailing list is in sync with your message, the better your results will be. You might want to use a mortgage mailing list to target potential customers who are interested in a Reverse Mortgage, or even a VA or FHA loan. We can help you sort out how to effectively match your message with your mailing list so that you get the most out of your marketing budget.
We've worked with our clients to create thousands of highly customized mailing lists, which have been proven to get great results and provide solid value. With our accurate and up-to-date mortgage mailing lists, you can expect to reach thousands of interested and active potential customers.
Give IMG Direct Marketing a call at 888-669-8857 and let's get started!
Recent blog posts on Mortgage Mailing Lists
More and more people in the mortgage industry are looking for tested and proven ways to generate leads. Direct mail for lead generation has been around for a long time, but the technology and technique behind it has been improved dramatically in recent years.
For this reason, mortgage companies who tried direct mail campaigns in the past may have the wrong idea about how effective it can be. Besides the recent improvements, details like the quality of the mail pieces used can make a huge difference in ROI. We find that it is often the little details that help out clients get the most responses from their marketing efforts.
With our mortgage mailing lists, we can get you select, targeted data so that you can focus your efforts on qualified buyers who are in the market for a mortgage. We can also help you create a great design that represents your company well and attracts the type of customer you are looking for.
How often you send out mailings depends mostly on your budget and other constraints. Regardless of frequency, when you're starting with direct mail campaigns, we can help you research your options, work with your budget, and implement an effective plan.
Great responses: With all the ways of advertising, like print ads, radio, and TV, your message can sometimes be wasted on people who are not interested in what you are selling or aren't qualified to buy it. Direct mail allows you to target customers specifically by these criteria.
Responses that can be measured: If your direct mail campaign is run correctly, you can easily check and monitor the success of your campaign as it runs. Using toll-free numbers that are trackable, returned postcards, and statistics from web views, you can get a clear picture of how effective your campaign is.
Personalized messages: With direct mail pieces, you have the opportunity to address potential customers by name and use specific information about them to tailor the message.
According to a new article on MortgageNewsDaily, since real estate investors have played a key role in the state's housing market recovery, the California Association of Realtors(R) (C.A.R.) recently surveyed its members about their interactions with investor customers and have developed a profile of investors and their behavior.
More than 60% of polled investors have said that they are following a long term plan involving investing, buying and holding property, though 75% of polled responders intend to hold onto their properties for less than 6 years. About 25% of the investors polled say they buy property in order to flip it.
Most investors, about 75 percent, are what C.A.R. termed small mom-and-pop type, owning between one and ten investment properties. Fifteen percent own one property, 46 percent own two to five, and 14 percent own six to 10.
Mortgage mailing lists is the ideal way to get your message out to these investors and their own buyers!