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Mark A. Jones

Mark A. Jones

Mark A. Jones is Co-Founder of AmeriFirst Home Mortgage. AmeriFirst is a full-service mortgage banking company based in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Mr. Jones and his partner started AmeriFirst in 1983, and has confidently led and adapted his business model in a constantly-changing industry and a shifting market. Since 1983, AmeriFirst has grown from operating in one state with 8 employees to conducting business in 10 states with over 500 employees. In 2009, AmeriFirst began to retain mortgage loan servicing. AmeriFirst now services 99% of its loans in-house and has a portfolio that presently stands at $2.5 Billion (More than 26,000 loans). Under Mr. Jones' leadership the company has garnered a number of local and national awards. AmeriFirst has been recognized by INC magazine as one of the fastest growing privately-held companies in America for the past five consecutive years. AmeriFirst is the largest rural development lender and the third-largest FHA lender in the State of Michigan, and is one of the top ten FHA 203(k) lenders in America. Mark is also a Huffington Post contributor: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mark-a-jones/

Recent Posts:

Is the Current Housing Market Really Considered Strong and Improving?

How is the 2016 housing market shaping up? According to at least one expert source it's looking good! According to mortgage investing giant Freddie Mac, fewer mortgage delinquencies, paired with stronger home purchase applications and a growing economy point to a favorable year for housing. This is good news for buyers, sellers, homeowners and real estate professionals. 

Bi-Weekly Mortgage Payment Services Under Scrutiny

HousingWire recently reported on a national company under scrutiny - and paying the price - for allegedly deceptive marketing tactics. The investigation and resulting lawsuit centers around biweekly mortgage payment services. This is something we've covered in the past.  Bi-Weekly Mortgage Payment Services: Scam or Service?

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