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ARMCP Hits 1,600 Member Mark, Nears Official Site Launch

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Oct 15, 2018

Having just reached the milestone of 1,600 members, the Association of Residential Mortgage Compliance Professionals (ARMCP) is now also nearing completion of its new Web site, a state-of-the-art site designed specifically to fulfill the needs of residential mortgage compliance professionals. The design and development have taken several years to bring to the point of launch. This is just what our organization needs.
 
If you have not yet joined the ARMCP, please contact Jonathan Foxx, ARMCP Founder and President, at [email protected] and you will be sent an invitation. ARMCP’s current digital abode is on LinkedIn. The LinkedIn group will be kept while also moving to the larger new home at the brand new site. The association be sending announcements your way soon, via LinkedIn and other media resources, with the membership link. The site is expected to launch officially within the next 90 days.
 
ARMCP is the first and only independent, national organization in the country devoted exclusively to residential mortgage compliance professionals. The association’s independence means it is not affiliated with any profit-oriented enterprise. Membership consists solely of those members who have joined it on their own and were not solicited to join via solicitations from third-party lists or subscriptions. Regular members pay no membership fee … independence is the key to the value of ARMCP’s advocacy!

 
 
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