Movement Mortgage Loan Officer Named Among Top 20 In Region

Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Christina Lane with her award of recognition at the Annual Movement Mortgage Sales Summit in Charlotte, N.C.
Christina Lane with her award of recognition at the Annual Movement Mortgage Sales Summit in Charlotte, N.C.

Christina Lane, a senior mortgage loan officer with Movement Mortgage, was given recognition of being number nine in 2017 production in her region, which includes over 350 loan officers.

Ms. Lane said she prides herself on truly taking care of her clients and treating them like family, from the initial conversation to even after closing, often building strong bonds and relationships that lead to repeat business and referrals. She believes that the key to success is communication and trust. 

Movement Mortgage uses a 6-7-1 process.  It includes six hour underwriting, seven day processing goal and one day to close. 

For more information or to begin the loan process, please visit

movement.com/christina.lane">www.movement.com/christina.lane or email christina.lane@movement.com.

Christina Lane with CEO and Co Founder or Movement Mortgage, Casey Crawford, as well as Marketing Director Shelley Cummings
Christina Lane with CEO and Co Founder or Movement Mortgage, Casey Crawford, as well as Marketing Director Shelley Cummings


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