Inlanta Mortgage is pleased to announce Nicholas J. DelTorto has named president of the company. The former President, John Knowlton, announced the promotion at Inlanta’s annual sales conference in August at the Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee. Knowlton will continue as chief executive officer.
Previously, DelTorto was the president of American Foundations MortgageBanc when it merged with Inlanta in August 2010. Prior to Inlanta, DelTorto was the president, CEO and founder of Amerihome Mortgage Company, a mortgage banking enterprise providing funding for residential and commercial loans from 1997 until the company was sold in 2008. DelTorto began his career at Fleet Mortgage Corporation which covered 14 years in New England, California and the Midwest. His career spans over 30 years in the mortgage banking industry.
“Nick has been an instrumental part of our growth and the Inlanta senior management team”, CEO John Knowlton said. “His knowledge, experience and leadership in the industry make him a great asset to the Inlanta team and I know he will continue to do great things as President.
Mr. DelTorto is also the president-elect of the Wisconsin Mortgage Bankers Association, a state association of banks and mortgage lenders engaged in residential real estate sales, servicing and administration.”
“I am fortunate and proud to be part of the Inlanta team. The mortgage and banking industry has faced tremendous changes and consolidation. This has not necessarily been in the best interest of consumers and many quality mortgage professionals,” DelTorto said. “Our focus on serving our customers, real estate agents and our employees has attracted many professionals that have been displaced by big banks and independent mortgage companies with the challenges over the past several years. We believe our platform is one of the best in the business.”
About Inlanta Mortgage
Headquartered in Brookfield, Wis., Inlanta Mortgage was established in 1993. The company has grown to 34 branches in 17 states and over 200 employees. Inlanta Mortgage provides its partner branches with Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency products, as well as a full suite of jumbo and portfolio programs. The company is delegated FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA approved.
Inlanta Mortgage was named a Top Workplace in 2012, has been listed on Mortgage Technology’s Top 25 Tech Savvy Lenders List in both 2010 and 2011, and Milwaukee Business Journal’s “Top 25 Largest Milwaukee-Area Mortgage Banking Companies.” Inlanta Loan Officers have also been named as Milwaukee Magazine’s “Top Mortgage Professionals. Inlanta has also received the Platinum Million Dollar USDA Lender Award and was a finalist for the 2010 Mortgage Technology Award.
The company’s platform supports high producing professional partner offices with the latest technology and product menu focused on unsurpassed service and quality to both the consumers and employees. Inlanta takes pride in the highest level of honesty, integrity and ethics in all its business dealings. It is a member of numerous state Mortgage Bankers Associations and Lenders One, the largest cooperative of mortgage bankers in the nation. Inlanta is an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating. For more information, please call Inlanta Mortgage at 262-439-4260, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the company’s website at www.inlanta.com.
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