Skip to main content

Mortgage Returns Adds Three to Its Growing Team

Mar 10, 2015

Mortgage Returns, a provider of TRUE CRM technology and automated marketing solutions for the mortgage industry, has welcomed three new key members of its rapidly-growing team: Nick Weber, Curran Collins and Joe Meador. 

Weber joins Mortgage Returns as an account coordinator and will work with all clients in the southern Midwest region of the United States. Weber joins Mortgage Returns from US Bank most recently.

“He comes to the company with tremendous skills in service and lending origination. Being a licensed loan originator is a huge bonus in understanding the needs of our clients,” said Kim Goldstone, director of marketing and corporate communication.

Collins joins the organization as associate business analyst, providing organization and reporting for Mortgage Returns as the firm grows at a rapid pace. Curran most recently worked for Client Services Incorporated.

Meador joins the team as sales coordinator for the Midwest north region of the United States. He has more than 15 years of success in business development and brings tremendous professionalism and determination to his new role.

About the author
Published
Mar 10, 2015
STRATMOR, Teraverde Deal A 'Merger Of Equals'

The recent merger of mortgage advisory firms came without the need to lay people off or make any major staffing changes.

May 23, 2024
NEXA Pays Loan Officers 100% Of Commission Splits

LOs won't pay per-file fees or other hidden fees with NEXA100, says NEXA Founder and CEO Mike Kortas.

May 22, 2024
The Right Prescription

‘Doctor Loans’ making healthy strides in Florida

May 21, 2024
123 Newrez Employees Laid Off In Florida and Colorado

WARN Notices were filed the day after Computershare Mortgage Services, SLS acquisition closed.

May 07, 2024
Ishbia Predicts A Rate Cut By Election Day

CEO of United Wholesale Mortgage shares 'personal perspective' in new YouTube video

May 03, 2024
Yield Curve, Schmield Curve?

The yield curve is a harbinger, not the be-all, end-all for lenders.

May 02, 2024