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Nationwide Marketing recently provided a successful lead generation system with Community First Bank.  According to CFB Loan Services President, Ben Lyons, “Nationwide Marketing was instrumental in integrating the mortgage leads from Lead Planet with the Live Transfer feature of Inside Sales. 

CFB was successful with their “app to funding ratios” that remained between 3 and 5% after the second month.  Lyons continued, “We came to Bryan Dornan at Nationwide because in the past they had gotten lost on the internet and it was important for us to  generate quality leads at a fraction of the cost we were spending on marketing.

Community First Bank Loan Services is a federally charted bank located on the East Coast, but offering government and conventional home loans nationally.

Branch Development Manager, Steve Park stated, “Going above and beyond the average marketing lead company, Nationwide enable us to reach more of our targeted borrowers rather quickly. Our closings per month increased and out our cost per acquisition went down because the conversion ratios were so high. Thanks again for your concerted efforts that helped increase our revenues in 2008.”

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