Dec 17, 2019 05:34 PM

By: Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc.

Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. Partners with MBA Opens Doors Foundation


Company-wide donations bring help to families and children in need

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – December 17, 2019 – Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc.(PRMI) announced at its October 2019 National Conference their partnership with the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) to raise donations for the MBA Opens Doors Foundation.

The organization pledged to match funds donated from its branch partners across the country through the end of 2019. PRMI branch partners raised a total of $19,814.20, resulting in an additional $20,000 match from the company, making the grand total donation to MBA Opens Doors Foundation $39,814.20.

The MBA Opens Doors Foundation helps families caring for critically ill children by providing assistance grants to pay their mortgage or rent payments. Many of these families spend months at the hospital with their children, often taking unpaid leave to do so. The MBA Opens Doors Foundation ensures they have a place to come home to when they’re able.

“MBA Opens Doors initiative mirrors PRMI’s belief that everyone deserves a home. We’re both continuing to help ensure families in need and dealing with unexpected challenges don’t have to worry about losing their home,” said Chief Production Officer, Tom George. “Like the MBA Opens Doors program, our team members work hard every day to change people’s lives and communities for the better by providing selfless service.”

Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. (PRMI) is a nationwide, multibillion-dollar operation cofounded in 1998. Its top leaders are authorities in the mortgage industry. With over 300 branches, licensed in 49 states and more than 2,500 employees, PRMI has been repeatedly recognized as a top mortgage lender. For more information, call 800-255-2792, visit primeres.com, or follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. PRMI is an Equal Housing Lender. NMLS #3094.

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