Mortgage Technology and Beyond: Now That You Are Rich(er)

Mortgage Technology and Beyond: Now That You Are Rich(er)

December 3, 2002

Mortgage Industry Makes Its Mark on Inc 500MortgagePress.comInc 500, Carteret Mortgage, 3t Systems, Texas Residential Mortgage, Advantage Credit International, GHR Systems, Security Mortgage Group, Pioneer Mortgage, Accredited Home Lenders, MoneyLine Lending Services, Franklin American Mortgage, Legacy Financial Group
In what was the first of consecutive, record-breaking years for
the mortgage industry, 2001 brought a spate of refinancing to large
and small brokerage shops alike, and contributed to the success of
many independent mortgage companies and affiliated service
providers. Compiling data gathered concluding with this monumental
year, the Inc 500 featured several
of these companies among its list of the fastest-growing
businesses, and The Mortgage Press would like to recognize these
organizations for their hard work and prominence within the
Company Name: Carteret
Location: Centreville, VA
Inc 500 Ranking: 61
Company Name: 3t
Location: Greenwood Village, CO
Inc 500 Ranking: 84
Company Name: Texas Residential
Location: Dallas, TX
Inc 500 Ranking: 99
Company Name: Advantage Credit
Location: Pensacola, FL
Inc 500 Ranking: 234
Company Name: GHR
Location: Wayne, PA
Inc 500 Ranking: 250
Company Name: Security Mortgage Group
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Inc 500 Ranking: 251
Company Name: Data
Warehouse Corporation
Location: Boca Raton, FL
Inc 500 Ranking: 302
Company Name: Pioneer
Location: Novi, MI
Inc 500 Ranking: 345
Company Name: Accredited Home Lenders
Location: San Diego, CA
Inc 500 Ranking: 357
Company Name: MoneyLine Lending
Location: Lake Forest, CA
Inc 500 Ranking: 362
Company Name: Franklin American
Location: Franklin, TN
Inc 500 Ranking: 378
Company Name: Legacy Financial
Location: Arlington, TX
Inc 500 Ranking: 437
Started in 1982, Inc magazine has compiled an annual list of the
nations 500 entrepreneurial firms according to sales growth over
each companys previous five years. The 2002 list, which reached
newsstands on Oct. 15, measures company growth since 1997.