Brian Martucci was the 126th top producer aka originator in the country in 2015 for mortgage loan officers as measured by National Mortgage News.
But it is not just about sales and who sells the most. That makes it sound like sales is only about who is a fast talker and who can be the most convincing. It is really about who has put in place stable systems, high-technology, good communications, a functional website, and takes care of their clients. The people that run a good business do the most business.
Picking a loan officer is difficult, and should be based on many metrics, it should not be a decision based solely on price. Sometimes the lowest cost does not equal the best value. There should be many things that we measure a loan officer by, like service, execution, technology, price and experience.
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With 29 years of experience in the mortgage industry, a passion for helping others and extensive knowledge about the market, Brian Martucci has experienced great success in his career. He got his start right out of college in 1986, sending out his resume to a few mortgage companies. After going on one interview, his drive and ambition were clear, and he was hired. He has held multiple positions in the mortgage business, including vice president, branch manager, loan processor and loan officer. Brian is now Senior Loan Officer at 1st Mariner Mortgage. In 2014, he was the #3 top producer in his company, and in 2012, he was in the top 1/10th of 1% of US loan officers. He and his team of four people serve clients from across the country, focusing mainly on California and the Mid-Atlantic regions.
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Q: What do you think will happen with the U.S. economy over the next 12 months? – See more at:
A: Brian Martucci, First Mariner Mortgage: I think the best case is we go sideways and the worst case is we could be in for another large crash not unlike 2008. – See more at: http://houstonagentmagazine.com/2015-predictions/3/#sthash.tVtLXq1i.dpuf