Pacific Union Hits Record Numbers, $2 Billion in Locked Volume for May 2016

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Pacific Union on pace to have record-breaking year

Pacific Union Financial, LLC hit a corporate milestone of $2 billion in locked volume for May 2016 in the Distributed Retail, Wholesale and Correspondent channels, which is indicative of the success of the strategic growth initiatives of the company.

“We just had a record month, and we couldn’t be more excited. This success is a direct result of the great culture of innovation and collaboration here at Pacific Union and the hard work, loyalty and commitment of all 1600 of our employees,” said Rick Skogg, President & Chief Executive Officer. “We are a young company, but we’re growing at warp speed – so fast that our biggest struggle is hiring the highest quality talent to complement what I believe are the smartest and most passionate employees in the industry. With the best employees, our continued growth and success is inevitable, and this will be simply the first of many milestones to be achieved in 2016.”

May 2016 saw several major goals and milestones achieved for Pacific Union. The company launched a new website, opened a new 60,000 square foot operations facility in Costa Mesa, opened three new distributed retail branches including the first retail branch in Missouri, and set a new locked volume record.

“Our success is about more than financial gain. It means that we are working hard at our goal of redefining home loans. We keep setting the client experience bar higher; if we continue to delight the customer, we will continue to see success,” Mr. Skogg said.

About Pacific Union Financial
Pacific Union Financial, LLC is a full-service mortgage company, located in Irving, Texas, with fulfillment centers in Texas, California, Virginia, and North Carolina and more than 40 branch locations across the country. Pacific Union originates residential mortgage loans through Wholesale, Retail and Correspondent origination channels, in addition to a $21 billion servicing portfolio.

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