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LITTLE FALLS, N.J. (PRWEB) JANUARY 31, 2019

NJ Lenders Corp., a leading regional mortgage company, has worked with SocialSurvey to improve customer experience during the mortgage process and enhance their industry leading online reputation.

NJ Lenders Corp. wants to congratulate their very own Senior Loan Officer, Justin Bonura, on becoming one of the company’s top 3 SocialSurvey performers in 2018.

NJ Lenders Corp. has worked with SocialSurvey in order to get testimonials and reviews from past clients for their loan officers. SocialSurvey’s goal is to drive employee behavior and improve customer experience, online reputation and revenues.

Reviews have always been important to NJ Lenders Corp., as they reach out to all clients to get feedback on their mortgage process. As a company, NJ Lenders Corp. has nearly 5,000 reviews and almost a perfect score of 4.90. SocialSurvey lets past clients rank the loan officers they worked with one a scale from 1-5 stars, and Bonura established himself as one of 2018’s top performers with a 4.9 ranking and over 300 reviews.

“I am very pleased and honored to receive this award,” said Bonura. “It’s humbling to see my clients appreciation for the service my team and I provide throughout the home-buying process.”

Along with being a SocialSurvey top performer, Bonura has been recognized as a Top 200 loan officer in US Mortgage Magazine, and a top producer by Scotsman Guide. He currently resides in Parsippany, New Jersey with his wife and three boys, where he also coaches soccer and baseball. In 2014, he was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame at Drew University for men’s soccer.

If you’ve worked with Bonura before and are interested in writing a review for him through SocialSurvey, you can do so on his SocialSurvey page: https://socialsurvey.me/pages/justin-bonura

The page also allows you to connect with Bonura through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google Business Rate & Review, as well as Zillow. You can also contact him for any mortgage questions and inquiries you might have in regards to purchasing or refinancing a home.

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