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What’s the difference between a business connection and a Professional Connection with a Heart?

Did you ever meet someone professionally and immediately know that you wanted to build a relationship with them? You just felt that they were compatible in the way you do business and it could be, well, fun as well as productive?

Well, I just met someone like that. Bobby, who calls himself ‘Your Hometown Guy’, called me one day while I was driving about one of my credit repair ads. Immediately, he asked what the incentive was for my customers to restore their credit and if it were because they wanted to buy a house, he was interested in being a referral source.

Poor Bobby had to sit back as I boasted about the reason for his call. I thought that was so innovative. I have had only a select few professionals who have contacted me on an ad where it was creative marketing in reverse. Since I am a business coach, I love creativity.

Back to Bobby, I don’t just refer professionals for the sake of referring them. I like to know about them and feel if they are a good fit for me and my clients. Bobby agreed; after all, he had no clue about my work ethics either. That’s why we planned a phone conversation when we both had more time to talk.

During our first conversation, I learned that I was spot on about Bobby. First of all, he was not just a family man, but a very proactive one at that. Our calls were important to him, he wanted me to feel assured, but his children’s needs were also a priority. He had a way of creating a balance to meeting the demands of his family and our call that led me to believe that he can dance with chaos and interruption with diplomacy and grace.

We spoke for quite a while. We talked about ourselves, our families and our business. Then Bobby told me about some of the programs he offers for first time home buyers and it blew me away. Not just for my clients, but I found out that I qualify for a first-time home buyer loan since I haven’t owned a home in 3 years. His rates were great and his terms were so enticing. I decided during that call that I wanted to work with Bobby and would be happy to refer him to my ‘people’.

I asked him to write a blurb so I could post it on my social media pages for everyone to see. But, then I thought to myself, ‘I like personal relationships and I know others do as well.’ I wanted you all to KNOW Bobby, not just read about his qualifications.

He’s super nice guy who cares tremendously about helping his clients. So much so, that he cared enough to learn about credit restoration instead of offering only one option of high interest rates and down payments to his clients. I loved that.

Now that I have connected with Bobby, I want you to connect with him if you are looking to buy a home. Give ‘Your Hometown Guy’  a call to see what he can offer. It will be worth your time. Tell him that his new-found friend Fran sent you. OK?

 

Bobby Alger
Licensed Loan Originator

NMLS# 1213486
Cell: 772-626-9610
Office: 772-252-6724
Fax :772-252-3344
Email: bobby@hometownfin.com
www.hometownfin.com
1186 SW Gatlin Blvd
Port St Lucie, FL 34953

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fran Asaro is an Agent for Financial Education Services – To contact her about restoring your credit visit her website

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10 Basic Tips on Dealing with Debt Collectors

If you’ve ever had someone call you about a past due bill, you know only too well how intimidating it is. Even if it was just an oversight on your part, you may still be inclined to feel low and worthless. If you have a history of bad credit, this will be amplified by the amount of calls multiplied by the collectors and their technique for getting money – It’s upsetting, discouraging and stressful to say the very least. We avoid answering our phones, knowing there will be that ‘message’ waiting for us. Friends may ask why you don’t answer certain calls and you may be too embarrassed to tell them that you are avoiding a collection call. Well, there is help.

If you would like to manage your debt collectors with a little less stress, take a look at these 10 Basic Tips to Dealing with Debt Collectors. I think knowing your rights and what to say will help ease the discomfort.

 

 

 

If you would like to discuss restoring your credit and having more buying power in your life, contact me at fran@thriveanyway.com or take a look at this short video  called FES Protection Plan

 

 

 

 

For more information on Restoring your credit go to ithriveanyway.com

Fran Asaro is a Business Coach and Agent with Financial Education Services – helping people restore credit and earn extra money as a credit repair agent. If you are interested in learning how you can earn money helping others, contact fran at fran@thriveanyway.com

 

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