These five industry experts from the housing sector discussed their goals for the year 2023. Let’s draw inspiration from them, set our objectives for 2023, and do away with the idea that resolutions are “designed to be broken.”

  1. Matt Lionetti: A social media guru and agent at The Agency, made a resolution to improve his speaking engagements. According to him, he just signed with a booking agency, which is great for him to continue doing great work on putting out content that shows off mortgage and real estate agents.
  2. Amy Moses: The vice president of marketing and communications at EscrowTab. Her resolutions for 2023 are for In-Person Electronic Notarization (IPEN) to be brought up in every discussion of electronic closings and to show how simple it is for lenders to work with title companies to implement this solution offers much-needed efficiencies for both parties in this difficult market.
  3. Kenny Parcell: President of the National Association of Realtors; The association is optimistic about 2023 and the numerous opportunities it presents. According to him, we’ll keep highlighting the benefits and needs of homeownership and supporting laws that uphold property owners’ rights.
  4. Katie Sweeney: CEO of the Association of Independent Mortgage Experts; The coming year will be an active one. The entire AIME community is committed to promoting borrowers everywhere, expanding possibilities for originators of all backgrounds, and expanding broker market share. The AIME’s legislative initiatives are at the forefront, and in 2023, we vow to advocate on Capitol Hill for brokers and customers alike through actions, not just words.
  5. Clayton Collins: Founder and CEO of HW Media; According to him, his priorities are clearly defined and reliable: to create a better, more fulfilling life for himself and family. To encourage and facilitate the progress of close friends, clients, coworkers, and community.

So far, we’ve seen how these resolutions from various professionals revolve around personal life, community, business, and the industry as a whole. Click here to read more.