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Castle & Cooke Mortgage has opened a new branch in Boise, Idaho, to be managed by mortgage industry veteran Suzi Boyle
Castle & Cooke Mortgage has opened its third office in Mississippi in Batesville, to be led by Branch Manager Katy White . “The Batesville branch is lucky to have Katy as part of their team, and...Read more
Castle & Cooke Mortgage LLC has added 14 branches across the nation in 2017
Castle & Cooke Mortgage has expanded into the state of Mississippi with the opening of its...Read more
JTS & Company, a Mississippi- and Alabama-licensed mortgage company, has announced the celebration of its 20th year in business
JTS & Company , a Mississippi- and Alabama-licensed mortgage company, has announced the...Read more
May 9, 2017 to May 11, 2017

The 2017 Great River MBA Conference will be held May 9-11, 2017 at The Peabody, 149 Union Avenue in Memphis, Tenn. 

The Great River MBA Conference is the place to be in the mortgage industry! 

With the addition of a fourth host state, Missouri, this Conference [formerly known as Tri-State MBA Conference] continues to grow in size and status. In 2016, the Great River MBA Conference sold out weeks prior to the event. Don't be left off the attendee list in 2017!

We offer attendees and sponsors an intense 3-days of inspiring and motivational instruction, with opportunity to network with top experts in the mortgage industry. Come learn how to be industry leaders and gain valuable knowledge today to drive success tomorrow. 

If you want to know what is happening in the Southeast, The Great River MBA Conference is the place to be! 

Click here for more information, call (901) 321.6702, e-mail info@greatrivermba.com or visit greatrivermba.com.

October 4, 2016 to October 6, 2016

The Mississippi Realtors Convention and EXPO will be held Tuesday-Thursday, Oct. 4-6 at the Natchez Convention Center in Natchez, Miss.

Click here for more information, call (800) 747-1103 or visit msrealtors.org.

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While the Mississippi housing market rarely gets spotlight treatment, it caught the eye of...Read more