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“Five NJ Lender Corps. Loan Officers Land On Scotsman Guide’s Top Mortgage Originators List for 2018”
Scotsman Guide’s Top Mortgage Originatorslist of the nation’s top-producing mortgage professionals is one of the industry’s most distinguished list of its kind, and NJ Lenders Corp. is proud to announce that five of their Mortgage Loan Originators have been listed as Top Originators for 2018.
The list includes originators who have closed the most dollar volume and the most loans, as well as top leaders in ...
On March 7th, SocialSurvey made their big reveal with the announcement of their 2018 Top Performer Winners for Customer Satisfaction, and NJ Lenders Corp. is proud to declare that five of their loan officers have made the list.
With over 30,000 loan officers in the running, NJ Lenders’ very own Walter Gorman, Justin Bonura, Luke Chamberlin, Sandy Davis, and Mark Casamassina were all in the top 250 winning loan officers. As a company, NJ Lenders has nearly 5,000 reviews and a near-perfect score of 4.90.
SocialSurvey, which is used to ...
NJ Lenders Corp. Senior Loan Officer Sandy Davis Recognized as One of National Mortgage News’ Top Producers for 2018
NJ Lenders Corp. is proud to announce that their very own Senior Loan Officer, Sandy Davis, was recognized as one of National Mortgage News’ Top Producers for 2018. Out of 500,000 licensed Mortgage Loan Originators in the nation, only 400 made the list, with Davis being one of them.
“I know that buying a home is the largest investment anyone will make. It is my duty to inform my clients and give them 100% of my attention and guide them through the entire mortgage process, from start to finish,” said Davis.
Last year marked the 20th anniversary of the Top Producers program which ranks mortgage loan officers and mortgage brokers who work at depository, nonbank and mortgage brokerage firms in the United States. They’re ranked by their dollar volume for the year, but are also recognized for the number of loans they closed.
National Mortgage News compiles ...
NJ Lenders Corp. is pleased to announce that the Greater Bergen Association of REALTORS®, REALTORS® Care Foundation has recently declared that in 2018, they gave $67,000 in grant monies to 15 different organizations in Bergen County. The foundation has raised money annually to help provide support to those in need, and to help improve the quality of life in the communities where their members live and work.
“I am proud to be the president of the REALTORS® Care Foundations,” said 2018 CARE Foundation President Annekee Brahver-Keely. “We are an organization who grants money to those who need it the most. I promise to continue to look for more ways to fundraise and provide support to local organizations that share our passion to improve the communities where our members live and work.”
Since the start of the REALTORS® Care Foundation in 2015, they have awarded $215,800 worth of grants to 17 local non-profit organizations who provide food, clothing, ...
It wasn’t a sure thing but the Federal Reserve did in fact raise the Federal Funds rate today by 0.25 percent, which will affect interest rates for a variety of credit transactions such as credit cards and automobile loans while at the same time announcing there will no longer be any predictions regarding rate moves for the following year but did indicate two more rate increases are likely. The Fed Funds rate moved from 2.25 percent to 2.5 percent.
At the very beginning of 2018, Fed Chair Powell announced that we could expect four separate 0.25 percent rate increases by the end of 2018. So far there have been three such rate increases with the final one coming today. There was some change in expectations over the past few weeks whether or not the Fed would actually go through with the promise to make four rate bumps in 2018.
This came on the heels of recent Fed comments that the economy might not be ready for another rate increase and that it’s not a given. Specifically, he stated that rates are “just below” the range Fed officials consider “neutral.” A neutral rate is one that doesn’t stimulate the economy nor slow it down with higher cost funds. Further, Fed comments also indicate that rate increases in 2019 might slow down to only two.
The Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee, usually referred to as the FOMC, hold two day meetings about every six weeks and the last meeting of 2018 concluded today. One of the ...