Why I Am Pursuing A Career In Mortgage Banking

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Bob Vogel NMLS 1446953 of The Gustan Cho Team at CrossCountry Mortgage shares his thoughts on Why I am pursuing a career in mortgage banking?

What do you want to be when you grow up? We are often asked by our parents and teachers growing up this question, and boy can our answers to that question vary as we mature. As a five-year-old, one may answer the question: “I wanna be an astronaut when I grow up.” A ten-year-old may answer it: “I wanna be a fireman.” A teenager: “I want to be a rock star.” But ultimately, as one stares down at the rest of their life, the question yet remains: What do want to be when you grow up? Now, I cannot answer that question for you personally, but I would like to share my personal answer to this question.

About Bob Vogel Of The Gustan Cho Team At CrossCountry Mortgage

Hello, my name is Robert Vogel III NMLS 1446953, guest writer for the Gustan Cho Associates Mortgage & Real Estate Information Resource Center, and Loan Officer for The Gustan Cho Team at CrossCountry Mortgage Inc. NMLS 3029. As a young man, often have I pondered my answer to this question, and my goodness was it stressful and at times even infuriating! In middle school, I wanted to be a musician, and I threw myself headlong into music. By the time I was done with high school, I had a deep knowledge of music theory, and to this day perform music via thirty-four different musical instruments in my spare time. I definitely was the definition of “band geek.” Then in high school, oddly enough, I wanted to become a magician. Why a magician? I then wanted to become a police officer and strongly pursued that goal in pursuing a career as a uniformed police officer. But then I got a traffic ticket by an Illinois state trooper for going over 9 miles over the limit and lost respect for the trooper who ticketed me and decided becoming a law enforcement officer was not what I wanted to be.

My Background Growing Up

Well, growing up I was a rather quiet and shy fellow, who lacked heavily in self-confidence and public speaking. But, through many books and theory of magicians and performers I got pretty good at not just the magic, but being able to go up to people and talk with them, get to know them, and make them smile, and distract them from mundane day-to-day life. Then it hit me: I desired more than anything to make people smile, and have a lasting impact on them and their lives. However, as a musician, every song has an end, and as a magician every card trick ends with the rediscovery of a lost card. Both are rather short term, lasting only as long as its duration. I wanted a lasting impact on those around me.

Bob Vogel Explains Road To His Career Choice

So, being that I knew I wanted a lasting impact on others, I finally found how to do it. I found a way in which to have that lasting impact, and I found it as I worked through my double major in Business Management and Finance: mortgage banking. Now why mortgage banking? Because helping people get the home of their dreams for themselves and their families I believe to be the ultimate way in which to have the lasting impact I desire. A home is in all actuality is the largest investment in anyone’s life, and it can indeed be a long and arduous process for a home buyer, but if I can make the process for them smooth and lucrative, what better way to ultimately serve those around me? I would love to have an individual, even if it were only one person, thirty years from now when their mortgage is fulfilled in full, say: “Wow, this is my home, and Robert Andrew Vogel III of The Gustan Cho Team at CrossCountry Mortgage helped me get it and make it mine.” That’s powerful.

Bob Vogel Answers Why I Am Pursuing A Career In Mortgage Banking

Then I found an opportunity when I was introduced to Mr. Gustan Cho the Area Manager of CrossCountry Mortgage and his amazing group of group of licensed mortgage professionals and support staff at The Gustan Cho Team at CrossCountry Mortgage. With his group at The Gustan Cho Team at CrossCountry Mortgage,  I found the potential to make my dream a reality holistically,  and now I have the full capability to make others’ dreams a reality with CrossCountry Mortgage, and that’s exactly what I intend to do. So, what do I want to be when I grow up? A loan officer in the mortgage banking industry, helping people get the home of their dreams and make the dream of home ownership become a reality.

About The Author Of Why I Am Pursuing A Career In Mortgage Banking

The Gustan Cho Team like to welcome Bob Vogel NMLS 1446953 to CrossCountry Mortgage as a licensed loan officer and to Gustan Cho Associates Mortgage & Real Estate Information Resource Center as a guest writer and contributing editor. Robert Andrew Vogel III NMLS 1446953 has been hired by Gustan Cho as a loan officer and has already gone through the steps in studying and passing the NMLS SAFE ACT mortgage loan originator examination passed.  Bob Vogel already has completed the 20 hour pre-licensing course, passed his NMLS exams with flying colors, and has been approved in many states and is now ready to originate loans. Bob Vogel is eligible  to get his mortgage license on any of the 50 states. Bob Vogel is training in becoming a Team Leader and his goal is to someday be running his own branch office with a team of loan officers with The Gustan Cho Team at CrossCountry Mortgage. Robert Andrew Vogel III NMLS 1446953 is a natural born leader and is highly respected by everyone around him due to his eagerness and willingness to always wanting to learn and being the best of the best on what he does.

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