Kyle Kelly has joined Mortgage Network Inc. as a loan officer serving the greater Philadelphia area. A graduate of Mortgage Network Inc.’s “Mortgage Bankers in Training Program” (MBIT), Kelly will help borrowers in his area with their home financing needs and assist them in taking advantage of Mortgage Network’s full range of mortgage products.
Based in Danvers, Massachusetts, Mortgage Network is a full-service retail lender that provides a complete range of conventional, non-conventional, government and reverse residential mortgage loans. According to company research, more than 98 percent of customers would recommend Mortgage Network to friends and family members.
A graduate of Bloomsburg University with a degree in finance, Kelly brings to Mortgage Network a strong background in financial expertise. He has held numerous leadership roles while at Bloomsburg, including serving as vice president of Bloomsburg Investment Group, the university’s equity fund, and is a member of the International Economic Honors Society. Since his move to Philadelphia in 2012, Kelly has become an active member of the Manyunk Sports & Social and PlayMore South Jersey, and has participated in several local community service projects.
“With a strong record of financial and community leadership, Kyle is a perfect candidate for servicing the needs of today’s mortgage borrower,” said Jim Smedley, Mortgage Network’s district sales manager for the Greater Philadelphia area. “We’re very excited to welcome Kyle aboard and believe he will be a valuable part of the Mortgage Network team for years to come.”
“I am delighted to be joining Mortgage Network, a lender with an excellent reputation and immaculate customer service,” Kelly said. “It really means a lot to be part of a company that takes the time and effort to make sure their customers have the absolute best mortgage experience possible. My time spent in training and operations has definitely given me the advantage of thoroughly understanding the process and I look forward to continue serving my neighbors with arguably the biggest decisions they will make in their lifetime.”