Online mortgage lending sees new competition in the marketplace. E Mortgage Management LLC (EMM), a full-service mortgage lender licensed in over 35 states, announced today the expansion of its already successful consumer-direct lending operations, to the mortgage lending digital space.
CHERRY HILL, N.J., Sept. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Through the acquisition of certain assets of Fortren Funding LLC of Livingston, NJ, E Mortgage Management will emerge as a competitive Internet based lending company providing residential mortgage loans from coast to coast. This strategic move through acquisition represents significant investment by a company committed to helping Americans achieve the goal of homeownership.
"We believe Fortren is an excellent fit with our strategic vision," Kevin Crichton, EMM's President and COO, said in a statement...
By Mortgage Daily
CHERRY HILL, New Jersey -- (June 23, 2016) -- Terry Casey has joined E Mortgage Management (EMM) as a Senior Account Executive in the Northeast region of its wholesale lending division, EMM Wholesale.
In making this announcement, AJ Capece, SVP of EMM Wholesale, said, "Terry is an exciting addition to our Wholesale Lending team bringing 30 years of experience in the wholesale lending covering the New England area."
Alan Michaels, EMM Wholesale Lending President added, "EMM is an industry leader and has earned the respect of our mortgage broker partners by providing them with a world class experience. We are thrilled to have Terry join the amazing team in our Northeast region".
Kevin Crichton of E Mortgage Management talks about Housing and the Cognitive Issues of An Aging Population
By Mortgage Daily
CHERRY HILL, New Jersey -- (May 10, 2016) -- A new report from the Mortgage Bankers Association and the Research Institute for Housing America highlights a strong correlation between housing behavior and the cognitive decline of older Americans. The report discusses normal cognitive aging and also shows a potential borrower’s ability to make decisions relating to their own housing and financial situation.
Crichton says; "As the report cites, there is a strong correlation between housing behavior and the cognitive decline of older Americans. As Baby Boomers begin to enter retirement years, new challenges arise with significant implications for both borrowers and lenders".