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FFC Mortgage Adds LO Melissa Powers in Rochester Branch

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 06, 2018
FFC Mortgage Corporation has announced the addition of Melissa Powers as Loan Officer for the company’s Rochester, N.Y. branch

FFC Mortgage Corporation has announced the addition of Melissa Powers as Loan Officer for the company’s Rochester, N.Y. branch.
 
“We are very happy to have Melissa as the newest member of FFC,” said Matt Nevins, Branch Manager of the FFC Mortgage Corp. Rochester branch. “Her dynamic personality and industry experience will lead our growth in the area.”
 
After majoring in math and economics at Cornell University, Melissa went to work on Wall Street in 2009 and traded mortgage-backed securities (MBS) for five years. She moved back home to Rochester to apply her skills to the mortgage lending industry. Melissa is a Rochester native, Greece Arcadia graduate, and a downtown resident with a passion for Upstate New York.
 
“I’m happy to be a part of FFC and to be part of an organization focused on growth with a personal touch,” said Powers. “I am confident that FFC’s platform will enhance my ability to deliver a superior customer experience.”

 
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