The Lane Mortgage Lending Team Hits Record Year Of Production

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Movement Mortgage, LLC announced that Christina Lane and her team had their biggest year of production in the mortgage business. 

 

The Movement office, at 1830 Washington Street in Chattanooga, is led by Barbara Courtney.

 

Movement Mortgage has been recognized as the fastest-growing private mortgage bank in the U.S., powered by its innovative process and culture.

Movement believes real estate is a local business driven by individual agents and their local sphere of influence. The company has rapidly expanded nationwide by committing to upfront underwriting, seven-day processing on most of its loans and investing millions of dollars back into communities through its nonprofit foundation. 

 

Ms. Lane said, “One thing I am truly humbled by is that there are so many great Loan Officers in this city to choose from, and so many clients chose to do business with us! It is a true testament to my amazing team and the service we provide as well as the incredible company and support staff that is behind us. I could not be more excited for what is to come in 2020 and I truly take great pride and passion in not only helping each and every one of my clients, but also building lasting relationships with them.”

 

Ms. Lane’s team helped 269 families achieve the dream of homeownership in 2019 for over 61 million dollars in loan volume. In addition to her loan volume, Ms. Lane donated over $20,000 to local non-profits that was matched by Movement Mortgage. Her team specializes in providing buyers with a home buying experience, not just a transaction.


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