A company operating from Georgia wants to become the eHarmony of net branching.
Mortgage brokers who are searching for a national mortgage banking firm to join have a plethora of options. The Mortgage Branch Directory at Mortgage Daily lists more than 50 companies looking to recruit mortgage branches.
One company that helps prospective recruits sift through the options is Mortgage Brokers Network Corp Inc.
The Atlanta-based firm claims to represent “some of the best mortgage companies in the business,” according to a news release Tuesday.
Individuals interested in opening a branch choose from a host of companies that pay Mortgage Brokers Network a finder’s fee — leaving no cost for the recruits.
The process contrasts more in-depth qualification requirements at firms like LeaderOne Financial, which requires branch managers to invest $100,000 when they join the Overland Park, Kan.-based firm.
Mortgage Brokers Network says that it conducts an initial assessment of the applicant and his or her qualifications to determine which companies are a fit.
“Once approved for hire, applicants to head mortgage branches are given access to complete support and the ability to work with all company investors, which in turn allows proper servicing of loans,” the statement said. “In short, Mortgage Brokers Network offers the best mortgage net branch opportunity that fits each applicant’s needs and saves them time and money.”