Mortgage Lenders

Who is the best?

There is a ton of information about everything, mortgages included, on the internet ­ some great, some good and some just plain bad. Everyone’s situation is different and the mortgage business continues to change rapidly, so having an expert is essential to analyze your situation and help you choose the best mortgage program for your needs. Listed below are some of our favorite mortgage lenders in the Raleigh area.

Patrick Wynn, Newbridge Bank

Pat Wynn has helped clients achieve their goals with expert advice since 1986. He consistently offers great rates, low costs and constant  communication throughout the loan process. Pat can help with Jumbo, Conventional, FHA, VA, USDA or Portfolio financing. He’s always been honest with our clients and an advocate for their needs.


Direct: 919-­787-­9357
Cell: 919-­608-­1217
[email protected]

4700 Homewood Court, Suite 340
Raleigh, NC 27609

NMLS#: 71181

NewBridge Bank is one of the largest community banks in NC and is based in Greensboro. We like that they are not a mega bank, but are still large enough to offer great loan products.

Marcus C. Martin, Corporate Investors Mortgage Group, Inc.

Another of our favorites is Marcus Martin. Marcus has more than 18 years of mortgage origination experience serving the Triangle area as well as all over North Carolina. His experience as a real estate broker, financial planner and mortgage banker helps assure you great financial advice tailored to your goals and needs.

marcus martin


Office: 919­-929-­6116
[email protected]

1414 Raleigh Road, Suite 330
Raleigh, NC 27517

NMLS#: 113245

Corporate Investors Mortgage Group, Inc. was founded in 1996 and serves all of North Carolina as a full­ service Residential Mortgage Banker. CIMG is a boutique, multi­source mortgage banker and controls the entire mortgage process in­house. From origination to local processing, local underwriting and local funding ­they make all of the decisions in the Triangle. This is important because the customer is not lost in layers of bureaucracy like with some large lenders.