January 2020

Making The Switch From a Full Service Bank to a Mortgage Banker

By Gail Legg Why do I work at Priority Mortgage and why is Priority my top choice?   When I came to Priority almost four years ago, I was looking for a place to give my clients an experience that exceeded expectations, which meant:  stellar reputation, top-notch customer service, and competitive rates and products. What was […]

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December 2019

Underwriter Nan Long On The Priority Mortgage Difference

Underwriter Nan Long realized long before she started working for Priority Mortgage that it is a special place. She began her career as an underwriter at a “big bank” where Priority Mortgage was a customer and she says, “they were a delight to work with.”  They were professional and knew their business. It seemed that […]

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December 2019

2019 Was Full Of Wins & 2020 Looks Equally Successful

As we approach the end of 2019, we took some time to catch up with Brad Ratliff, President of Priority Mortgage. We took the opportunity to look back at some of the highlights from 2019, and to find out what’s on the horizon for 2020.  The most notable happenings of 2019 were management changes that […]

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November 2019

On Point with Priority Mortgage: A Conversation with Mike Roman

Beginning his career as a Mortgage Loan Originator, Mike Roman joined the Priority Mortgage team because he felt that they offer the perfect balance between the long-term goals of their clients, as well as their employees.  “Priority is a very trusted and family-oriented company. A lender that will always put their borrowers’ needs before everything […]

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October 2019

On Point with Priority Mortgage: A Conversation with Jennifer Davis

With Priority Mortgage for 19 years, Jennifer Davis spent the first part of her career as a loan processor before becoming a Mortgage Loan Originator (MLO) just over three years ago.  Since becoming an MLO, she has experienced incredible success, realizing $12M in production in her first full year, $17.5M in 2017, $25M in 2018—and […]

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