McLean Mortgage Corporation has announced that the company closed just under $900 million in mortgage volume during the first half of 2013, an increase of over 40 percent compared to the production levels achieved in the first half of 2012. Once again, this production performance exceeded the industry average for the first half of the year. Nathan Burch, president of McLean Mortgage Corporation, indicated that the company was able to achieve this tremendous rate of growth without purchasing existing operations.
“One hundred percent of our growth has been organic–by referral," said Burch. "Word has spread regarding McLean’s excellent service record and support of loan officers and operations personnel.”
McLean Mortgage's growth has been extraordinary in its five years of existence as the following chart illustrates:
“While the industry averaged 20 percent purchases during 2012, our purchase levels exceeded 40 percent and during the first half of the year we exceeded 70 percent purchase volumes," said Pat Peavley, CEO of McLean Mortgage. "This focus has helped put us in a position to lead the industry.”