Ross Mortgage Corporation Adds Marcia Karas to Its Team of Top Producing Loan Officers

, Posted on Aug 13

ROYAL OAK, Mich., Aug. 13, 2013 Ross Mortgage Corporation, a regional, full-service residential mortgage lender headquartered in Royal Oak, Mich., announced today the hire of Marcia Karas, a mortgage loan officer serving its Grand Rapids branch. Ross Mortgage CEO Tim Ross made the announcement.

In her new role, Karas is responsible for expanding upon Ross Mortgage’s ability to create an enhanced customer experience for residents in the west Michigan community. Her capability to exceed client expectations and originate a high volume of loans will be critical to the success of Ross Mortgage’s team of top producing loan officers.

“Marcia has established an impressive reputation in the mortgage industry, and is well-respected in the west Michigan community,” said Ross. “Her strength in cultivating strong relationships with clients and referral sources will prove immensely valuable as we continue to expand our presence in west Michigan.”

With more than 25 years of experience in the mortgage and real estate industry, Karas possesses a strong understanding of all aspects of the business. Most recently, Karas served as the president of Broadmoor Financial Services, a mortgage brokerage specializing in government, conventional, non-conventional, subprime and small commercial lending. Her decision to join Ross Mortgage was driven by her ability to leverage Ross’ complete in-house lending team to better service clients and further advance her career.

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Founded in 1949, Ross Mortgage Corporation is a successful mortgage banking company with a reputation for professionalism, integrity and quality service. With its national headquarters in Royal Oak, Mich., Ross Mortgage is one of the top independent lenders in the Midwest and serves its customers through a network of offices located in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Florida.


Courtney Howell