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1St Nationwide Mortgage Announces Hiring of Experienced Mortgage Originator, Adam Cohen

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Adam Cohen, an experienced Mortgage Consultant with more than 10 years originating residential loan is bringing his successful track record to 1st Nationwide Mortgage’s professional group of loan originators

Aliso Viejo, USA – April 29, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Adam Cohen, an experienced Mortgage Consultant with more than 10 years originating residential loan is bringing his successful track record to 1st Nationwide Mortgage’s professional group of loan originators

“After a few meetings with senior management, I realized that the Mortgage Originators closing ratio at 1st Nationwide Mortgage was greater than at other companies,” said Cohen. “I’ve been in this industry for over a decade, and what’s important nowadays is dealing with co-workers I can depend on and who clearly understand what it takes to close multiple transactions.”

Before getting into the mortgage industry, Cohen managed a company that did insurance for the automotive industry, and he consulted with car dealerships in California and throughout the US. Most recently, Adam was self-employed as a Loan Officer at First United Home Loans and was a leading originator for the Cerritos based company. Adam will be concentrating his marketing campaigns in the entire Orange County area as well in the cities of Long Beach and Cerritos.

Following many years of hopping on coast-to-coast flights in the 90s, Cohen decided to “travel less” so he could be closer to his family. He made a career change and broke into the real estate world in 2002. Not only did the career move benefit him on a personal level, but the real estate market was in a full-blown boom cycle. Apart from his own success, he gained quite a loyal following from past clients.

“Adam is truly familiar with the Southern California housing market and how to originate a loan from start to finish,” said Chris Arco, owner of 1st Nationwide Mortgage. “He joins our company with good connections and solid knowledge of managing his pipeline. He will be a huge asset for the foreseeable future.”

Cohen also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, and regularly participates in community activities by volunteering in miscellaneous events year round. The career he chose has allowed him to live a dream by helping local clients in Orange County and L.A., and still have some time to engage in community sports and civic events.

About 1st Nationwide Mortgage:
1st Nationwide Mortgage is a Orange County based mortgage company distinguished for excellent client reviews and the way their Mortgage Consultants personalize the mortgage process to match each client’s needs. Solid and trusted, 1st Nationwide Mortgage has been a staple in south Orange County since the mid-90s. Their stability comes from providing competitive rates, prices and quality service for residential loans.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.1stnwm.com

Contact Info:
Name: Steven Fitzpatrick
Email: info@1stnwm.com
Address: 65 Enterprise, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
Phone: 949-207-3399
Organization: 1st Nationwide Mortgage

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