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Cary Humphrey

Massachusetts - Marion
02738

345 Front Street, Suite 1

Marion, MA 02738

800.333.3004

About Cary

As a leader for the past 13 years at Embrace Home Loans, I am a big believer in celebrating every success that we have on the team. Whether it is ringing a cowbell when you order an appraisal or ordering all you can eat wings for hitting our monthly sales goals. We celebrate because we want to create a positive work environment for all to enjoy.

One thing that I look for in a loan officer is someone that will turn over every stone to help place the customer in the very best possible solution for their mortgage. We want this experience to be something that when it is over, the client realizes that we walked side by side from start to finish. If the loan officer values that customer experience, then they are a good fit for Embrace Home Loans.

I look at the loan officers on my team and in my branch as partners. We work together to grow their business. When a new program comes out we study and learn it together and then develop a strategy for best practices in using the new product. If the loan officer is going through a struggle, we work together to formulate a game plan for their success. Our team is made up of team players that want to win for each other while working towards hitting their own personal goals.

If you want to grow your business while working in a spirited and fun work environment, then you should give me a call so that we can discuss how our success can help you grow your future success in mortgage sales.

98% Customer Satisfaction Rating
Zillow 5 star rating
Inc 5000 Fastest Growing companies
Scotsman Guide Top Lender
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