Monday, July 14, 2008

Taylor Bean and Whitaker Mortgage - Now they own the bank!

No nonsense!. Taylor Bean and Whitaker Mortgage (TB&W) of Ocala, FL. has been moving up in the national rankings year over year. For 2008, MortgageDataWeb ranks TB&W Mortgage 15th in conventional mortgage originations. The news story is that TB&W was ranked 30th in 2006 in conventional mortgage originations. TB&W's FHA/VA mortgage originations are now 2nd in the nation.

Just last week, TB&W purchased Platinum Bankshares of Rolling Meadows, IL. TB and W's trends in mortgage lending along with the quality loans they originate should make them a formidable competitor. Congratulations Taylor Bean! ...... and congratulations Whitaker!

10 comments:

Dennis said...

Other exciting news at Taylor, Bean & Whitacker Mortgage, they have introduced their new REO Homes website www.taylorbeanhomes.com. This site is devoted to their REO Homes (real estate owned), Foreclosed real estate properties, and foreclosures bank owned homes. You can easily search their nationwide listing of Taylor Bean and Whitaker banked owned REO properties by state, city, price range and many other detailed search capabilities.

TB&W REO homes are a great opportunity to purchase a foreclosed real estate property at below its market value. Anyone searching for a real estate property bargain such as REO homes, foreclosures bank owned, or bank owned homes should take a look at TB&W's new REO Homes website.

Congratulations again to Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Mortgage, there is no doubt that as the #15 wholesale mortgage lender in the country, if they continue to make wholesale mortgage lender products available and provide easy to use online tools for their mortgage holders such as estatements, they will continue to grow and will soon ranked in the top 10 of all nationwide wholesale mortgage lenders.

Anonymous said...

Raise your hand if you think Dennis works for Taylor Bean. I just looked up some of the homes in CA and they are so overpriced it's funny. Also, according to their REO dept, they do not list their homes on MLS but will pay a 2.5% commission to agents who sell their homes. They do their own BPOs too. On what, Zillow???

Anonymous said...

I have notice alot of recently purchased REO's financed by this company of which previously I have never heard of, I wonder who is buying (investor) their conventional loans since they llok like they service the portfolios themselves?

Anonymous said...

A BUNCH OF SHIT BUMS DOWN THERE AT TBW.....crooks and thiefs, but you just wait and see how fast the government catches up to them.....hehehehehee!

Anonymous said...

Who was it that said, “Prices are so high that it’s funny?” is correct! BPO’s from… Zillow??? Right again! TBW (Chairman Lee Farkas) would finance the dead if their was a way to purchase an REO. I know I was there… 

Tried to bring TBW into the 21st century the 6 months I was there- left in March 08 (Chairman was “very upset”, sold one of his over priced homes for 220K instead of the 240K asking price. Go figure…in a bad market selling for 90% on the dollar and netting 86%
An attempt to use “real appraisals”, or even BPO’s was made and was policy, that web site…that’s was my work again, REO data management systems- that was me too, Work flow process ect ect- too much for the high school educated staff to understand at TBW…


The bottom-line- there are much better deals out there then TBW. I was high enough to say- you really don’t want to do bizz with those types of folks. And yes- the state and fed’s would do a service to look into that org.

Anonymous said...

You get a loan with Taylor Bean and Whitaker and you are sleeping with the devil! Crooks and cheats!

Anonymous said...

Their listings are way overprice, and they don't care! They told me they could wait 3 yrs for the values to come back.The properties are falling in disrepair, and terrible eyesores for the neighborhood.

Anonymous said...

looks like the feds caught up to them for good.

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