Revolutionizing the Mortgage Industry with Anatoly Nirshberg

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  • 07 May, 2019
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About Anatoly Nirshberg

On episode 55 of the Profits Over Wages Podcast we sit down with Anatoly Nirshberg – he is the Director of Operations at Haus Mortgage and Managing Partner of both ParadigmNEXT and BizCast HQ. Anatoly’s experience in the mortgage industry extends all the way back to when he was 16 years old. Even back then, he loved the pace of the business and would go on to thrive in a leadership role for several years, more than tripling the sales volume of the first firm he was involved with. In the years that followed, Anatoly led a digital marketing company, a digital security business, a co-working space, and a media company.

Yet, Anatoly couldn’t help but notice that in all that time, the mortgage industry hadn’t evolved at all. It wasn’t bringing in fresh talent or new processes. That’s when Anatoly found the inspiration for Haus Mortgage, bringing together a new, exciting atmosphere where real communication and the most advanced tech tools could live under one roof to create a more fulfilling experience for mortgage brokers, their partners and ultimately, the end customer.

He brought aboard wholesale industry veterans and financial advisors. But he didn’t stop there. Anatoly has built a full-service in-house marketing team at Haus that can offer partners bespoke solutions touching all aspects of branding, storytelling, media syndication, video and more.

On this episode we talk about Anatoly’s philosophy in business, that it’s all about creating value for others instead of just being “transactional”. We also talk about where ParadigmNEXT came from and how it developed into a full-service digital marketing agency that excels at helping companies leverage the internet. Lastly, Anatoly goes in-depth about what makes HAUS Mortgage different and how the inspiration for the company came together.

Show Notes

  • Who is Anatoly Nirshberg?
  • We talk about Anatoly’s philosophy in business about creating value for others instead of being transactional
  • Anatoly talks about his story, journey and growing up as a first generating American helping out his parents translating at a very young age
  • Anatoly talks about his first business in the mortgage industry as a mortgage broker
  • Anatoly goes in-depth about going through the real estate crash and why he decided to go into the start-up industry
  • Anatoly talks about starting a company in the “deal” industry, growing it, managing it, and finally selling the company
  • Anatoly talks about where ParadigmNEXT came and how it developed into a full service digital marketing agency that excels at helping companies leverage the internet
  • When did you decide to come back into the mortgage industry and start HAUS Mortgage?
  • How did Biz Cast HQ come about?
  • How Paradigm NEXT evolve into taking other clients?
  • Anatoly talks about what makes HAUS Mortgage different and how that came about

Question Round

  • Have you ever turned down a client?
  • If you had one piece of advice just starting out, what would it be?
  • What is your best hiring tip or secret?
  • How do you stay motivated?
  • What living or dead person, other than family members do you most admire?
  • What habits helped make you successful?
  • What do you wish you knew before you started?
  • Why do you do what you? What gets you through the tough times?
  • What was the worst piece of advice that you ever got?
  • Do you have a morning routine?
  • Do you have a favorite failure? Is there one that set you up for a future success?

Connect with Anatoly Nirshberg

LinkedIn: Anatoly Nirshberg

Haus Mortgage
Facebook: Haus Mortgage
Instagram: @hausmortgage
LinkedIn: Haus Mortgage

BizCast HQ
Facebook: BizCast HQ
Instagram: @bizcasthq
LinkedIn: BizCast HQ

Facebook: ParadigmNEXT
Instagram: @paradigmnext
LinkedIn: ParadigmNEXT

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