Seeking motivated individuals and teams!
Already have a branch?
We welcome branches that are looking for an opportunity that better suites their needs and the needs of their clients. Give Robert a call to discuss branch opportunities!
Want to open a branch?
If you have enough production and you'd like to strike out on your own Robert would be happy to discuss your options!
Welcome to Envoy Mortgage!
Robert Dylina opened the first San Joaquin Valley Envoy Mortgage branch in 2014 and was able to demonstrate the power of Envoy Mortgage's operations to buyers and realtors throughout the region. With 48 hour underwriting based right here in California and local processing we often see loans close in 20 days even in the face of compliance with TRID.
If you're looking to make a change, you should seriously consider Envoy as your next home. We offer qualified managers and originators a unique opportunity to join a championship team where we work together on building our future.
Envoy Mortgage is a private mortgage bank committed to profitably growing market share by developing key alliances with successful professionals. Envoy branches enjoy the use of a state of the art technology platform — including paperless loan files and e-sign disclosures — and secondary marketing support from a team of highly experienced mortgage professionals.
But not only do we have a great back office and killer technology, we also pay very well and have amazing benefits.
If you're originating in California and looking for a new opportunity, give me a call!Robert J. Dylina(209) 233-0121
The Envoy Edge
We are fully digital and compliant with our disclosure process through DocMagic!
Envoy provides a CRM that provides milestone updates to the client and the realtor during each transaction.
Fully web-based LOS can be accessed anywhere.
We have a team of branch support specialists that are available to you for all of your needs.
We have a fully staffed scenario desk for those tricky scenarios or when you just want to double check and make sure the guidelines haven't changed.