Franklin, Tenn., (May 2017) – Franklin American Mortgage Company (FAMC) is proud to announce it has become a Double Diamond Industry Partner with NAMB, the Association of Mortgage Professionals for 2017. This exclusive status is given to NAMB’s top contributors each year.
“NAMB is the mortgage industry’s premier membership organization, and Franklin American Mortgage’s Double Diamond Industry Partnership clearly shows our ongoing commitment to the broker channel and the continued growth of FAMC Wholesale Lending,” said Andrew Taylor – FAMC’s Executive Vice President, Director of National Sales. “Franklin American Mortgage is a long-time supporter of NAMB and we have always been pleased with the results this partnership produces.”
Franklin American Mortgage first began sponsoring national and regional NAMB shows in 2008, and became an industry partner in 2012. Recognition form this partnership has helped FAMC grow to become one of the top-12 wholesale lenders in the nation.
“NAMB is excited to welcome Franklin American Mortgage Company as a Double Diamond Industry Partner,” said Fred Kreger, President of NAMB. “We applaud their commitment to dedication to the mortgage lending arena and furthering the dream of homeownership for America’s consumers. NAMB looks forward to a successful collaboration between the association and FAMC.”
About Franklin American Mortgage Company:
Franklin American Mortgage is recognized as one of the fastest-growing mortgage companies in the nation. The company is dedicated to providing opportunities for families and individuals to achieve the dream of homeownership. For more information about the company and its services, please go to www.franklinamerican.com. Equal Housing Lender, Company NMLS #1599.
About NAMB, the Association of Mortgage Professionals:
NAMB is a trade association of mortgage professionals with membership in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. NAMB provides education, certification and government affairs representation for the mortgage industry. For more information, visit NAMB.org.