The New Year Is a Continuation…

Our team will continue working together, harder, longer and smarter, because that is the foundation WE were built on. These attributes are the heart and soul of EPM.

 

As an organization, we feel extremely proud and appreciative as we reflect on 2017.

To sum it up, this was one of many milestones for our company, as we further established our identity and cemented our position in the market.  The industry, as a whole, shrunk by over 40% in 2017.  As an organization however, we outperformed that attrition rate and have even seen year over year growth in several locations.  This was the result of our commitment to business development.

It’s been that intense focus and some good old fashioned hard work from all of leadership that has helped to expand our market share in what is otherwise a shrinking market.

Regardless of our individual job duties, everyone at EPM has had an impact on the consumer perception and therefore on the client service experience. Expanding our definition of “customer” to not only include our borrowers, but also all the companies and individuals in the Real Estate eco-system.

This expanding view of who we are intended to provide service to, helps to better commit ourselves to pursuing excellence in all ways, not just during the origination process

Our team will continue working together, harder, longer and smarter, because that is the foundation WE were built on. These attributes are the heart and soul of EPM.

In conclusion, we’ve made these strides though our actions and will continue them into the New Year.

On behalf of Equity Prime Mortgage, thank you for an amazing 2017, Happy New Year and SALUD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Eddy Perez, CMB

President, Equity Prime Mortgage

 

P.S. On a personal note, I’m going to express my feelings which does not happen often.

Everyone please get healthy. Emotionally, this year has been difficult. Seeing friends, former teammates, family members of teammates, industry colleagues and current teammates with huge health issues.  I once weighed 60 pounds more, smoked 1.5 packs of cigarettes a day and didn’t work out. My father died from heart failure at 67, yet I didn’t heed the warning until about 10 years ago. So please take time to eat better, workout more, get fit, quit smoking and read positive thoughts daily because, mental health is just as important and I want you all around to enjoy this ride called life!!!!!!!!!

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