Partnership Choices And Benefits

Mortgage Support for Credit Unions and Community Banks

Helping financial institutions establish and grow their mortgage business.

Credit unions and community banks around the country partner with The Servion Group to gain access to competitive and diverse mortgage options that meet the needs of both the institution and the borrower. 

You choose how you want us to help.

We offer several different partnership channels. Whether you're starting to think about offering mortgages to open up a new revenue stream or you have an existing program you're planning to expand, we have a channel to help you reach your goals. Your institution can choose one channel or several, depending on your needs and business goals.


Available Partnership Channels

Retail


Earn 100 bps on all closed loans

Conventional, FHA/VA/USDA, Jumbo

No overlays beyond FNMA guidelines

 Access to our highly experienced loan officers

Marketing materials available through our Library

Correspondent


Minimal underwriting conditions/overlays

Dedicated account manager

Relationship focused

Conventional, FHA/VA/USDA, Jumbo 

No acreage limits

Wholesale


Available to correspondent partners

Empowers you to offer FHA and VA mortgages 

 Use Servion’s approved lender status with government agencies

Delegated


You manage the loan from origination through closing

Servion services the loan

Ability to sell directly to the secondary market

Benefits of every channel

No matter which partnership option you choose, you’ll enjoy all of these benefits.

Flexibility to build your mortgage program the way you envision.

Efficient turnaround times.

No back-solicitation of any of your borrowers.

Excellent communication and a focus on building a relationship.

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With the products, service, and technology to deliver exceptional borrower experiences, we’re ready to help your credit union or community bank take your mortgage business to new heights.
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