Cindy Grant a processor for the Mann Mortgage Billings Branch was recognized as a top processor for the company. It's quite an honor to receive this recognition considering the company has over 50 offices and can do loans in 15 states.
Marching Forward - Making Mann Mortgage "Best in Class" for Loan Efficiency.- Written by Tonya Plummer
On March 1, we began the company wide use of the Green Light Closing Checklist – a tool and guide for loan completion and quality prior to submission for doc orders. As our Closing Department works with our Processors to bridge gaps in and streamline processes, we would like to recognize our Processors with excellent quality, effort, production, and attitude towards innovation and doing it right. Each month the checklist data will be collected to determine the Gold, Silver, and Bronze Processors for the month.
For the month of February, we say congratulations and THANK YOU to the following:
GOLD: Kaleena Brigham, Nampa, ID - Mann Mortgage, LLC dba Affinity Mortgage
SILVER: Sean Lambert, Ogden, UT-Mann Mortgage, LLC dba Guffey Home Loans
BRONZE: Cindy Grant, Billings, Montana – Mann Mortgage, LLC
Watch the video and find out more about the Womens Self Defense Class Mann Mortgage is sponsoring!
The February 2015 Housing Newsletter from USDA Rural Development Montana listed Mann Mortgage as the Number one approved lender for Rural Development loans. There were 341 loans for $56,029,392, through January 31st with guarantee obligations. Contact our office for more information on Rural Development loans and see how you can benefit!
WOMEN’S SELF DEFENSE CLASS
When: Friday, February 27, 2015
1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Where: Billings Family YMCA
RSVP: Billings Family YMCA call 406-248-1685
Deadline to register is Thursday, February 26, 2015
Mann Mortgage is a proud sponsor of the Women’s Self Defense Class!
While addressing Zillow’s Housing Roadmap conference this week in Washington, DC, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro provided some of his first public comments in support of the HECM program as one option to help older Americans get through retirement.
Zillow chief economist Stan Humphries moderated a “fire side” chat with Secretary Castro during which a question was submitted via twitter about what can be done to help people who are approaching retirement with debt on their homes and inadequate savings.
“For as much as we focus on Millennials, the fastest growing segment of our population is people over the age of 65,” said Secretary Castro. “We believe there are different ways that we can be helpful. One of them is as straight forward as housing counseling. Another is, of course, the HECM program that has had its challenges but if done right can work for older Americans.”
When asked to explain the HECM, Secretary Castro said, “This is the reverse mortgage program. It allows you to borrow off of the equity in your home. This doesn’t fit for everyone but when used under the right circumstances – that is making it through that time period (retirement) – this may work for them.
To view the entire conversation, please click here.