Mortgage Protection Leads For Facebook

Exclusive, high-quality, and highest purchase intent mortgage protection facebook leads on the market, with an option to automatically sync with agent autopilot to stream the sales process.

How Successful Mortgage protection Agents Build Their Business Fast

In the insurance industry getting in front of potential buyers is the lifeline of your career. To be successful in mortgage protection, you want to be the FIRST ONE in front of mortgage holders. 

When a new homeowner in your local area requests more information about benefits, you are notified within seconds, putting YOU right up front to answer the prospect's problem!

This places you front and center while the client is in the moment of thinking about mortgage protection.

When the lead makes it to you, call them quickly, and be prepared to go into depth about their needs and wants. Any successful agent spends more time listening, fact-finding, and responding rather than hard-selling or pushing products.

How are these Mortgage Protection Leads Produced?

  • You put in an order for your area.
  • We put together a high-quality crafted advertisement on Facebook.
  • The prospect fills in the opt-in form requesting more information and request to speak with a Mortgage Protection specialist (with agent autopilot, they can also make an appointment).
  • After completion, the prospect is told a mortgage protection specialist will be calling them shortly.
  • You receive a text notification, a lead card to use for door knocking, and the lead is also delivered to you via email.

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