While millennials are eager technology adopters and users, they still crave personal interaction, guidance and advice when it comes to making important financial decisions like buying a home, according to JD Power’s 2015 U.S. Primary Mortgage Origination Satisfaction Study.
- Although digital mortgage lending channels have been proved to reduce lender costs while increasing customer satisfaction, young potential buyers still say technology does not go far enough in educating them about the homebuying process.
- Customers who apply for mortgages online will likely place more importance on an effective review of closing documents and lenders having dynamic websites.
- At the end of the day, loan representatives will still be on the front lines when it comes to responding to questions and concerns and ensuring that buyers understand each step of the process.
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