How To Become A Mortgage Broker

On Commercial Loan Broker you will learn how to become a mortgage broker. If you have ever wanted to own your own business in the mortgage banking arena then this is the perfect opportunity for you! We can show you how to become a mortgage broker and have your own office. Whether your a mortgage professional or just getting started in the business we can give you "bank status" and you will become a part of us!

Soma Financial is in the midst of a major expansion period and we are looking to expand our prescence by adding on more mortgage broker offices and loan officers all around the country.

Why would you want to become part of Soma Financial and become bank status?

You would earn 100% of ysp and origination and you can pay your representatives any commission that you feel fit. We use on the spot underwriting approvals as we have a web based system. We have over 2,000 loan programs available. Even when accessing our other 145 correspondant banks that we are partnered with, you will still use the on the spot approval system. Since we are a bank you can get better rebates, better service, and quicker underwriting because of our online system.

For more information email: to schedule a conference call to learn more.

Please note, we specialize in residential mortgages, but we do commercial loans as well.

The states where we are currently located are: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

The states that we are waiting for approval are: Arkansas, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, and Missouri.

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*There is No Obligation if you are approved or if you pre-qualify! The rates we offer are prime and sub prime. Since rates change daily we don't post any rates on our website as there are too many criteria that come into play when deciding what your commercial loan rate is.