PLANO, Texas.—Member First Mortgage has launched its Western Division. The new division is led by Executive Vice President Linda Clampitt.
Clampitt and her management team bring more than 100 years of combined experience partnering with credit unions and assisting them in providing a superior mortgage experience for their members, the CUSO said.
“The Western Division will help expand the national footprint of Member First Mortgage by offering multiple partnership levels designed to utilize state of the art origination and digital marketing technology enabling credit unions to increase their market share, their income, and to help as many of their members as possible achieve the American Dream of home ownership,” the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based company stated.
“We are thrilled to join Member First Mortgage and bring new, innovative mortgage solutions to credit unions,” said Clampitt in a statement. “Member First Mortgage has an excellent culture committed to credit unions and the members they serve. We have an excellent opportunity to grow Member First into the premier provider for credit unions nationwide.” The CUSO said its leadership team and board are ready to bring “new and revolutionizing ideas to mortgage lending, allowing credit unions to be on the cutting-edge of home finance.
“We have exciting plans to make digital marketing and streamlined approval processes the new standard for credit unions,” said Clampitt. “The end result will be superior service to members with profitable results for credit unions.”
“It is the perfect time to add Linda and her team,” said President and CEO Jerry Reed. I sensed a shared synergy, drive, determination, strong work ethic the first day I met the Texas team.”
The company said it has been built on the credit union philosophy of People Helping People, and serves the home financing needs of credit union members as well as non-members.
Member First Mortgage is a full-service Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae seller/servicer with an experienced staff offering expertise in every area of mortgage lending—from purchase, to refinance, conventional, jumbo, government and construction lending, the company noted.