Roanoke, VA (PRWEB) December 22, 2014
Becoming somewhat accustomed to joining the ranks of Inc. Magazine’s 5000 List, ALCOVA Mortgage is again named one of America’s fastest growing private companies. ALCOVA Mortgage, a direct lender providing residential home loans, has been acknowledged for the third consecutive year and now ranks 2317 on the publication’s esteemed list. Well-noted as an influencer, ALCOVA Mortgage is highlighted for its substantial 168% growth over the last three years. It’s also recognized for its revenue of just under $19 million in 2013.
Bobby Nicely, co-founder of ALCOVA Mortgage said of the Inc. 5000 ranking, “We’re so pleased to be a part of the very small fraction of American businesses that make the magazine’s list three years in a row. We’re humbled by, and appreciative of, Inc. Magazine’s ongoing recognition for the fine job our dedicated staff does for our clients.”
Founded on what the company calls ‘a passion to serve’ ALCOVA currently has 165 staff members in 25 branch offices operating across seven states. The direct lending company provides home loans for clients in Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Maryland and Washington D.C.
Having seen a considerable increase since 2010’s annual revenue of $7.1 million the ALCOVA advantage is apparent. With a remarkable commitment to customer service the Roanoke, Virginia direct lending company extends itself to the communities they serve. As a testament to their ongoing success ALCOVA Mortgage provides monthly donations to charitable organizations chosen by their employees. They also recognize and reward one Veteran each month with their Hometown Hero Program.
About ALCOVA Mortgage:
ALCOVA Mortgage is a direct lender that provides future homeowners with Conventional, USDA, FHA and VA home loans. Processing, underwriting and funding loans, ALCOVA also brokers and sells residential mortgages to the secondary mortgage market. Setting new standards, the direct mortgage lender has ranked on the Inc. 5000 List for three consecutive years.