Mortgage Bankers Association of the Bluegrass

 

Thank you Don B. White, Attorney at Law, and these great sponsors for making the 2018 MBA of the Bluegrass Golf Outing a success!

 
 
 

 

Kentucky Farm Bureau/Steve Johnson

Old Republic Title

MGIC/Sherri Wagerman

ARIVS Appraisal Management

ProjexPlus+ LLC

BB & T

Shuck Appraisal

Bluegrass Land Title

Walden Mortgage Group

Charles Ward/Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

Movement Mortgage

 

MBABluegrass Calendar

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Welcome New Member!

Absolute Title

 
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Note from a Member:

The Lexington MBA is providing so much support and networking/learning experiences for the community.   You guys are doing an amazing job.  Vicki, mortgage banker

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The Top 8 loan officer & realtor mistakes that cause closings to be postponed/delayed! If you would like to have Monroe Jett speak to your team office or group of clients, he has a host of educational presentations available. Please contact him at Monroe@JettTitle.com for more information. 

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Kentucky Homeowner Protection Center

Buying a home…the American dream!

With purchasing a new home there are so many decisions: location, schools, square footage, utilities. The list seems endless. Financing a home will be the largest investment ever made in a lifetime, so selecting a reputable mortgage banking professional should be at the top of the list.

The members of the Mortgage Bankers Association of the Bluegrass, Inc. are experienced, educated individuals and firms who adhere to the national Mortgage Bankers Association canons of ethics and strive for the highest standards in loan underwriting. Members include not only loan officers but attorneys, appraisers, and other companies that are involved in the sale of a home.

The MBA of the Bluegrass, Inc. has monthly educational roundtables which assist the members in learning the latest regulations in the housing industry. So when it comes time to purchase a home, look to the members of the Mortgage Bankers Association of the Bluegrass, Inc. 

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