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Inlanta Mortgage receives licensing in Kentucky

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jul 27, 2010

Inlanta Mortgage, a mortgage banker since 1993, has announced that it has recently obtained its license in Kentucky. “We are excited to be able to provide increasing opportunities for our mortgage professionals, partner branches and the customers they serve, with the expansion into additional states, recently Arizona and now Kentucky” said Joe Ramis, branch recruitment director at Inlanta Mortgage. “We hope this will increase the awareness of Inlanta as a company and show mortgage professionals our offerings, including how we allow them to originate more and worry less, and invite them to become a part of our growth in Kentucky.” Inlanta Mortgage is also licensed in Arizona, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota and Wisconsin. Beyond bringing on more partner branches in these states and developing a strong presence in Kentucky, the company has plans for expansion into additional states in the future. Inlanta Mortgage provides mortgage professionals with the opportunity to join a company that reflects high standards of quality in the mortgage industry. In the current mortgage market, Inlanta Mortgage continues to grow by adding more branches to serve mortgage professionals and borrowers. The company’s structure allows for its partner branches to focus on originating loans while the headquarters provides comprehensive, timely and accurate support in compliance, processing, technology, human resources, training, accounting, marketing, legal, in-house funding and underwriting. For more information, visit www.inlantapartners.com.
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