Inlanta Recognized Best Military Originators

Congratulations to Yvette Clermont, Dave Hartman, Balenda Hetzel, Jim Snyder and Kip Warzon on being recognized as National Mortgage Professional Magazine‘s Best Military Originators!

These outstanding individuals continue to go above and beyond for our veterans and we couldn’t be prouder to have them on our team.

Serving Veterans Daily

At Inlanta, we do VA loans right! We are committed to providing our Veterans with exceptional service. Our team of VA experts are adept at handling situations unique to the military community so our VA clients get the hard-earned benefits they deserve.

What is a VA Mortgage Loan?

A VA mortgage loan is a federally guaranteed mortgage loan for veterans that does not require a down payment or private mortgage insurance. This is an excellent benefit for eligible veterans. Private mortgage insurance is usually required if a down payment of 20% is not provided – with the VA mortgage loan both the down payment and private mortgage insurance requirements are waived for veterans.

If you’re a veteran, active military member or surviving spouse and are interested in learning more about Inlanta’s VA loan program, click here or contact us today to begin your mortgage journey with one of our expert loan officers.

Jim Snyder Ranked Among Nation’s Top Originators

 

Inlanta Mortgage congratulates its Pewaukee Branch Manager, Jim Snyder, for his ranking as a Scotsman Guide 2010 Top Originator. Jim was ranked #106 in Loans Closed and #161 in Total Volume.

Scotsman Guide, the leading resource for mortgage originators, released its second annual Top Originators rankings on April 1st. The list, which ranks the nation’s top mortgage brokers, originators and bankers, appears in Scotsman Guide‘s April 2011 residential edition, with additional rankings online at scotsmanguide.com/Top2010.

Jim was ranked among entries from nearly 700 mortgage professionals across the country. To be eligible for initial consideration in Scotsman Guide’s Top Originators rankings, originators must have had at least $30 million in loan volume or 100 closed home loans for the 2010 calendar year. Only loans and volume that originators closed personally could be considered. After receiving submissions,Scotsman Guide required written verification of top entrants’ volume from a certified public accountant, the chief financial officer at the originator’s company or a similar source.