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Michael Rodriguez Joins CMG Financial

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 05, 2015
The Homeownership Preservation Foundation (HPF) and CMG Financial will be helping more people reach their dream of owning a home, through pre-purchase education and homebuyer preparation with CMG Financial’s proprietary downpayment crowdfunding platform,

CMG Financial has announced the addition of Michael Rodriguez to its team of mortgage professionals. Rodriguez holds a degree in business administration from Hartnell College, a BA in social science/finance from San Jose State University, a juris doctorate-law degree from Monterey College of Law, and Post Graduate Studies in Finance from Stanford University.

With more than 20 years of experience in the mortgage industry, Rodriguez has been honored with many accolades including: Mortgage Executive Magazine’s Top 1% of Mortgage Originators in America 2011; Mortgage Executive Magazine’s #42 Mortgage Originator in America 2012; Mortgage Executive Magazine’s #23 Mortgage Originator in America 2013; and Mortgage Executive Magazine’s #12 Mortgage Originator in America 2014.

Rodriguez will be growing CMG Financial’s presence in the Monterey, Calif. area while bringing his knowledge to homeowners and homebuyers in need of mortgage solutions.

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