SAN DIEGO, Calif. /ScoopCloud/ -- The Mortgage Collaborative, the nation's only independent mortgage cooperative, today announced the addition of FullCircle Placements to its Preferred Partner network. FullCircle will be the first mortgage-centric recruiting and placement service provider within TMC's network.
"Our members have long indicated a need to have a provider in the mortgage placement and recruitment space, so we couldn't be happier to add FullCircle to our Preferred Partner network," said Chief Operating Officer of The Mortgage Collaborative Rich Swerbinsky. "FullCircle's high-touch service commitment to their clients provides our members a partner that can be highly flexible to their staffing needs in direct placement, contract or temporary staffing, and loan officer recruitment."
FullCircle's primary goal is to help small and mid-sized mortgage lenders throughout the United States find great candidates for a wide spectrum of positions within the mortgage industry. With multiple recruitment service offerings and solutions, FullCircle takes pride in filling client openings quickly while keeping hiring costs at a minimum. FullCircle works directly with their clients to obtain a deep understanding of their culture and staffing needs to identify the right candidates and go above and beyond your typical job posting.
"FullCircle is extremely excited to plug into such an amazing network of lender members and preferred partners. I believe the growth of the network speaks volumes of the people who have built The Mortgage Collaborative into what it is today," said President and Founder of FullCircle Placements Daniel Greiner. "TMC is providing immense value to small and mid-sized organizations in the mortgage industry and we look forward to providing even more value to their members in the recruiting space."
The Mortgage Collaborative network is more than 120 lenders strong, with an aggregate annual origination volume of over $200 billion. The lender network is supported by a preferred partner network of organizations that specialize within each facet of the mortgage life cycle. The Mortgage Collaborative is rewriting the playbook on the cooperative model and their network caters to lenders of all sizes, with a strong mix of independent mortgage brokers and community banks and depositories.
About The Mortgage Collaborative:
Based in San Diego, The Mortgage Collaborative was founded in 2013 to empower mortgage lenders across the country with better financial execution, reduced costs, enhanced expertise, improved compliance, and to help its members access the dynamic and changing consumer base in America. The association is managed by its founding members: John Robbins, CMB; David Kittle, CMB; Gary Acosta, CEO of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP); and Jim Park, former chair of the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA). Robbins and Kittle are former chairmen of the Mortgage Bankers Association of America (MBA).
For more information, visit: www.mortgagecollaborative.com.
About FullCircle Placements:
Based in St. Louis, Mo., FullCircle Placements is dedicated to delivering for their clients. FullCircle Placements is a full-service recruitment firm that specializes in finding top talent in the mortgage industry through their Direct Placement Services, Hourly Contract Recruitment, Loan Officer Recruiting and Temporary & Contract Staffing. FullCircle's professional network includes over 13,000 mortgage professionals who are potential candidates for their clients.
For more information, visit: www.fullcircleplacements.com
The Mortgage Collaborative (TMC), the nation's only independent mortgage cooperative, today announced the addition of FullCircle Placements to its Preferred Partner network. FullCircle will be the first mortgage-centric recruiting and placement service provider within TMC's network.
Related link: http://www.mortgagecollaborative.com/
This version of news story was published on ScoopCloud™ (ScoopCloud.com) - part of and © the Neotrope® News Network - all rights reserved.