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LO Joseph Iacovino Joins Mortgage Network

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Dec 06, 2016
Joseph A. Iacovino Jr. has joined Mortgage Network Inc. as a loan officer in the company’s Conshohocken, Penn. branch office

Joseph A. Iacovino Jr. has joined Mortgage Network Inc. as a loan officer in the company’s Conshohocken, Penn. branch office, where he will be responsible for serving buyers and homeowners throughout the Philadelphia area.

Iacovino brings to Mortgage Network five years of mortgage banking experience in the Philadelphia area. Before joining Mortgage Network, he served in the commercial lending department at Royal Bank America. Iacovino graduated from Mortgage Network’s Mortgage Banker in Training (MBIT) program, through which loan officer candidates are exposed to every job position at the company. Graduates must master each step of the loan process in addition to completing online coursework and preparing for and passing their licensing examination.

“I am delighted to be joining Mortgage Network, which has an incredible reputation in our market,” Iacovino said. “I look forward to serving borrowers throughout the Philadelphia area and helping each one find the best financing that works for them.”

Born and raised in Montgomery County, Iacovino volunteers his time for many different causes, including those that provide food to people in need. He studied business management at Edison State College in Fort Myers, Fla.

“The extensive training Joseph received through our MBIT program means our customers can expect a superior level of knowledge, service and attention,” said Ted Lawler, Mortgage Network regional sales manager. “When you add that training to his previous lending experience, that’s an unbeatable combination in a loan officer.”

Iacovino is also optimistic about the real estate market in his local area.

“Two words describe the Philadelphia housing market: diversity and affordability,” Iacovino said. “With interest rates on the rise, I urge those thinking about buying or refinancing not to hesitate, and to consider speaking to an experienced mortgage professional about their options.”

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