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Zach Machuca Cracked The Bustling U.S Mortgage Market, Is Going International In The Pipeline?

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For our non American viewers, United States based company auto-Nurture cracked the American mortgage market. In the last eight months, they scaled to a 30 employee team while generating multiple six figures in revenue monthly under the guidance of 30-year-old Zach Machuca.

Unfortunately for Europe, Asia and the brokers of the rest of the world, Zach has no plans on bringing his services to you. When asked why, his reply was “The boring answer is because our model works primarily with the U.S market. We could potentially do the UK or Canada but it may not be as profitable for us.”

However, Zach is expected to be on the scene in the coming months with a new company. Nothing is fixed yet, however as of now he’s working on the plans for a second company named “credit-Nurture” - sister company of auto-Nurture.

During a short interview, he stated that “We're sitting on an ever growing list of mortgage leads who are unable to get approved for a loan due to their poor credit. We're currently building out a process to repair every poor credit lead that auto-Nurture generates, improve their credit score and then deliver those higher quality leads to our clients. We're very excited about the future and see this as an absolute game changer.”

Things might not look so good for those outside of the U.S looking to partner with Zach, as he is not looking to expand abroad at the moment. In this sense, they are missing out on the opportunity to generate 10-25 applications in their first two months with the agency. However, given that this is a relatively new company idea, this opportunity in the U.S revealed by auto-Nurture is looking to remain Zach’s market for the time being.

Still, for the rest of us outside of the United States, Zach has his content on these platforms for tips, tricks and strategies for brokers worldwide to rake in more income:

Zach’s Instagram

Zach’s Facebook

Zach’s Twitter

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