Originator Census® Survey

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Understand and Measure Key Attributes of Your Sales Force

For every mortgage banker, the value of the company is driven by the quality and depth of the salesforce. More than anything else, a high performing sales force will improve the franchise value of your company.

Because top performing producers are critical to sustain growth and build value, understanding and measuring the key attributes of your sales force in comparison to the market is essential to attracting and retaining high-performing sales people for your team.

STRATMOR’s Originator Census® Survey provides the data needed for measuring producer performance. We gather data from across the industry and then report the details on five key metrics:

  • Production Distribution by LO Quintile – Consistent with conventional wisdom, do 20 percent of your producers close 80 percent of your volume? Is it more like 30/70? How do you compare with peers?
  • Productivity by LO Production Quintile – What is the average productivity of your top quintile of producers versus peers? What about the bottom quintile?
  • Age by Production Quintile – What is the average age of your producers overall? Are your top producers older or younger than the average?
  • LO Turnover by Production Quintile – What is your producer turnover overall? Is your turnover limited to those at the bottom?  Like many lenders do you keep the core group of producers?
  • LO Tenure by Production Quintile –Are your veterans out-producing the less experienced producers? How does your average tenure compare with peer group averages?

STRATMOR compiles the data, analyzes the results and prepares individualized reports for each participating client that benchmarks their performance against other survey participants.

PARTICIPATE IN THE ORIGINATOR CENSUS® SURVEY

Participants will receive a comprehensive report detailing their responses versus the survey averages as well as segmented analysis. For more information or to purchase the 2020 study, contact the Originator Census® team.