Mason-McDuffie Mortgage Corporation is a leading originator of residential real estate loans through our network of retail offices. The Company, headquartered in San Ramon, California, is licensed in multiple states and has a rich history in real estate lending since 1887.
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Mason-McDuffie Mortgage Corporation is a leading originator of residential real estate loans through our network of retail offices. The Company, headquartered in San Ramon, California, is licensed in multiple states and has a rich history in real estate lending since 1887
Technology & Training
Concierge technology services that help simplify and grow your business.
We strive to make the transition smooth and seamless, so you can hit the ground running and not experience any downtime in your business.
We believe in acknowledging and rewarding our top producing loan officers
While numerous other lending institutions no longer offer top production designations and incentives, we acknowledge our achievers in tangible ways. One of the crowing benefits is an annual weekend getaway where our President’s Club members and their guest can relax and network with other top producing loan officers.
Our annual summit in Lake Tahoe is a way for our top-producing loan officers and managers to continue their success and grow their business through networking and education.
We are a Fannie Mae Direct lender, a Freddie Mac Direct lender and a Ginnie Mae Approved Issuer. We have numerous relationships with nationwide lending sources, creating a tremendous competitive advantage.
Herb Tasker - Chairman
As Chairman, Herb Tasker led the team that founded the third iteration of Mason-McDuffie Mortgage in 2005, bringing a historic name back into the real estate market place. The first Mason-McDuffie Mortgage was founded in 1887. His involvement with Mason-McDuffie Mortgage dates back to the 1970s and he served as Chairman and CEO from 1982-1984.
Marilyn Richardson – President & CEO
Marilyn Richardson is an experienced mortgage professional and one of the founders of Mason-McDuffie Mortgage Corporation. She oversees the day-to-day operations of the company and serves on the Board of Directors.
Jack Radin – Chief Financial Officer
Jack Radin has served as a senior financial executive, as well as senior capital markets officer with several types of financial services firms. Mr. Radin began his mortgage banking career at the original Mason-McDuffie Mortgage Company in 1980.
Bill Godfrey – EVP Capital Markets
Bill Godfrey is an accomplished mortgage professional with many years of experience in senior management positions. Mr. Godfrey directs the company’s activities in capital markets and risk management.
Berkeley (Circa 1900) of residential real estate loans through our network of retail offices. The Company, headquartered in San Ramon, California, is licensed in multiple states and has a rich history in real estate lending since 1887
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Our ValuesWhen Mason-McDuffie Mortgage was established in 1887, its founders were guided by core principles centered on serving customers with committed employees. During our more than 125-year history, these core principles have formed the heart of who we are today.
Our CultureOur employees are our number one asset. To recruit and sustain a team of the best and the brightest in the lending filed, we provide an environment that fosters professional growth and career satisfaction. Mason-McDuffie Mortgage was recognized by the Bay Area News Group as a “Top Workplace” in 2012.
Service – Flexibility – Teamwork – Integrity
We are an employee-owned and operated company so decisions are driven by what is best for the company and its clients, not to meet demands of outside investors.
Named by Sierra Club in 1951