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Environmental Proposal

Introduction At McBride Financial Services understanding the impact of the business structure is an important process of how we succeed. Providing loans across five different states ensures there will be some communication issues that may develop during our daily process. It is imperative that we provide the necessary guidance and core expectations to those who work with us to ensure the success of each loan application we process. McBride Financial Services will strive continually to improve the loan process to ensure the success of each company involved. Strategies are put in place to produce the most effective work ethics and customer satisfaction. By providing guidance and leadership throughout the organization and determining those structures of leadership and management ensures the continued success of each working partnership. The creation of our virtual environment has afforded a fast processing and close networking partnership that strives to provide the best loan processing network to our clients.

Strategies to Create Alliances As a virtual organization attempts to grow their alliances with other organizations that provide the required services will often change because of performance-related issues, work ethics, customer service, and other related concerns of privacy. A virtual organization providing financial support and services to those individuals interested in purchasing a primary, secondary, or recreational property, the level of dedication to make the transaction seamless demands effort and strategy. As mortgage companies struggle to remain competitive in a declining market it is important they follow guidance to reduce the costs and processing time of each transaction in which they service. The costs involved at the beginning of the loan application…...

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