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Mark Simon Rejoins W.J. Bradley in Newport Beach

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
May 12, 2014

W.J. Bradley Mortgage Capital LLC has announced that Mark Simon has returned to W.J. Bradley’s Newport Beach-based Emery team as an originating vice president of sales. Prior to rejoining the team in April, Simon served as an originating vice president at RPM Mortgage, Inc. (RPM) since late 2012. Prior to his short stint with RPM, Simon was senior loan officer at W.J. Bradley’s Emery team for more than three years. He was ranked as one of the industry’s top 200 originators in 2012, 2013 and 2014, as listed by the Scotsman Guide and Mortgage Executive Magazine. With more than 26 years of residential mortgage origination experience, Simon specializes in securing a wide variety of home financing, ranging from conventional and VA loans to super jumbo loans, (home values up to $10M). A long-time resident of Orange County, he has a deep understanding of the market and those loan products best suited to the community’s borrowers.  “I couldn’t be more thrilled to rejoin the Emery team; with a willingness to always go the extra mile, the culture here is one that truly resonates with me,” said Simon. “Beyond the enhanced operational support, W.J. Bradley provides a superior service to originators in need of products and pricing that appeal most to our local home buyers. I am confident that this partnership will offer the ability for me to exceed the expectations of my clients and partners and provide the opportunity for me to succeed far into the future.” “Mark brings a wealth of experience and significant relationships with realtors, and as a long-time resident of Orange County, he has a deep understanding as to the needs of our local market,” said Ty Kern, chief operating officer for W.J. Bradley’s Emery team. “He demonstrates a relentless determination to provide exceptional service to his clients, and we are excited about his return as well as the value he brings to the Emery team and W.J. Bradley as a whole.”