Maryland - Sandy Spring
17810 Meeting House Rd
Sandy Spring, MD 20860
Marcos Sanchez joins the Embrace Home Loans family with over 25 years of experience in the mortgage banking industry. He prides himself on providing exceptional personal service… going far beyond what other lenders offer for help. Whether you are in the market to purchase your first home, your last home or anything in between, Marcos will be there every step of the way to ensure that your transaction is as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Advising his borrowers with top notch customer service and fiscal advice has earned him a large database of repeat customers and numerous referrals.
Prior to joining Embrace, Marcos managed a branch for Corridor Mortgage Group with 7 Loan Officers. In 2010 & 2011, they ranked number 2 in production companywide with loan production exceeding 7 million per month on average. Marcos, who averages more than 20 million per year as a Loan Officer. Marcos has been a member of President’s Club for the last 5 years here at Embrace Home Loans and has been ranked in the Top 250 Latino Loan Originators in the Country since 2016. Marcos also worked for Access National Mortgage as an area manager for close to 5 years, RBC Mortgage as a partner in the Mid Atlantic Division for 7 years, and Harbor Financial Mortgage Corporation as the Secondary Marketing Manager for nearly 5 years.
Marcos studied in Madrid Spain, Heidelberg, Germany and has a B.A. in Business Administration, from Schiller International University, London, England. He, his wife Victoria and their three children and 5 dogs live in Brookeville, MD. Active in community service, Marcos is also a member of the Olney Chamber of Commerce. When he’s not working, Marcos enjoys tennis, golf and yoga.
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