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Embrace Home Loans adds two new LOs

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Sep 13, 2010

Embrace Home Loans has named Wayne Ferguson and Louis Centrella as new loan officers for the company's Wilmington, Del. branch. As part of the Embrace Home Loans team, both Ferguson and Centrella will offer clients a variety of options including conventional, jumbo, FHA, VA and USDA loans.  “It’s an honor to be named among some of the most respected and successful mortgage professionals in the industry,” said Ferguson. “Client service is critical in every business, especially the mortgage business, and I’ve enjoyed the friendships I’ve developed through my work—turning customer relationships into long-lasting friendships. I look forward to continuing to provide outstanding service to the Wilmington community as I join Embrace Home Loans.” A native of Wilmington, Del., Ferguson knows the area well and uses his local and industry knowledge to help customers during the entire loan process. Ferguson is a family man, married with two daughters. Centrella has 20 years of mortgage industry experience, and before joining the Embrace Home Loans team, he was a top producer with Wilmington Mortgage Services. As a lifelong resident of Delaware, he attended Archmere Academy, an independent Roman Catholic college preparatory school. He went on to receive his bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware in 1991. Upon graduation, Centrella established a highly successful loan origination business, which is still operating today. “I joined Embrace Home Loans because they value their clients,” Centrella said. “They have a strong first-time homebuyer program to assist inexperienced borrowers, ensuring that they understand the entire loan process. They also provide the most competitive interest rates in the industry, helping to put more qualified buyers into homes. Additionally, they value their employees and offer exceptional employee benefits and a very unique commission structure.” For more information, visit www.embracehomeloans.com.
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