The Mortgage Update: Home Habits and The 10/30 Rule

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When thinking about your clients, brainstorm ways to aid them in the moving process, or even in their present home habits. After all, coming home to a clean and tidy house helps put homeowner minds at ease, because it is one less thing to worry about.

So, how do people make their apartments and homes look neat and stylish? Well, maybe they put the 10/30 rule into play! 

Created by Jordan Page, the 10/30 Rule is a mantra that keeps people accountable on chores, tasks, and, in this case, home habits. It is essentially ten extra steps in your routine, and thirty extra seconds to implement each step.  

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Free, Shareable Resources For Borrowers

So, educate your borrowers on the 10/30 rule and how it can lead to a cleaner home and a healthier budget.  

The Mortgage Update is a free, shareable resource that you can send to customers.

After all, it is your job as a loan officer to be your client’s guide. So, make sure your borrowers know that they are not alone. 

So, share this borrower-friendly blog post with clients. Also, consider posting this on social media to interact with your customers in a more personal way.

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Bottom Line

Among many other home habits, the 10/30 rule, when put into practice, eliminates undone tasks. These often hang over your clients and drain their energy, which can lead to difficult communication regarding large decisions like homeownership. 

An overall outcome of putting the 10/30 rule into practice is that home habits become much more in order than they were before. So, educate your clients on how efficiency makes a positive visual, mental, and emotional difference.