|By PR Newswire||
|August 18, 2014 04:31 PM EDT||
MELVILLE, N.Y., Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- US Mortgage Corporation (www.usmortgage.com) announced today that Bryan Fitzpatrick has joined the company to further develop their growing Reverse Mortgage Division. Bryan Fitzpatrick comes with a wealth of experience within the Mortgage Industry, with ten years specifically specializing in Reverse Mortgages.
Bryan has been tasked with growing the Reverse Mortgage Division at US Mortgage Corporation. He will focus on recruiting Licensed Loan Originators Nationally, as well as working with the current team of Loan Originators to help develop their Reverse Mortgage business. Bryan will oversee the day to day operations of the entire Reverse Mortgage Division at US Mortgage Corporation.
Bryan is recognized as a leading authority in the field of Reverse Mortgages and is a sought after speaker by governmental, financial and legal firms, institutions, organizations and agencies. He is often invited as a guest to address many senior citizen forums throughout the East Coast. Bryan was a featured speaker at the 2007, 2008 and 2011 Bergen County (New Jersey) Expo for Seniors/Successful Aging, Retirement & Caregiver Conference.
Prior to joining US Mortgage Corporation, Bryan worked for iReverse Home Loans as a Branch Manager serving the Tri-State Area. Previously, he was a Reverse Mortgage Area Sales Manager for Bank of America and began his career with Wells Fargo Home Mortgage specializing exclusively with its Reverse Mortgage products.
Bryan earned a B.S. degree in Marketing from St. Thomas Aquinas College, which he attended on a four-year baseball scholarship. He is married and the father of two sons. He is an active participant in the community, holding membership in the Midland Park (NJ) Chamber of Commerce, serving as a head coach in the Midland Park Baseball Association, and as an assistant head coach in the Midland Park Football Association.
About US Mortgage Corporation: The mission of US Mortgage Corporation is synonymous with our trademark "Helping You Make It Home". Our goal is to become a 'Lender for Life' by exceeding our client's expectations through a high degree of professionalism and one on one contact. This has allowed us to ease borrowers through the home financing process, turning their dream of home ownership into a reality. US Mortgage's strong reputation transcends all levels of its business. Since the main driver of sales is referral based, an honest diligent approach to its business is required. We pride ourselves on proper disclosure to all clients, and each department is heavily involved with maintaining Federal and State compliance and regulatory controls. As always, US Mortgage Corporation consistently maintains a very well respected reputation for Mortgage Banking knowledge, technology, efficiency, professionalism, fairness, respect and ability to innovate for its clients.
CONTACT: Ian Klein, 631.750.0526, [email protected]
SOURCE US Mortgage Corporation
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