Mortgage

2019 Rising Star: ​​​​​​​Joe Cabrall

Vice President of Correspondent Operations, CMG Financial

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Before starting his career in the mortgage industry, Joe Cabrall learned two things: how to treat people the way they would like to be treated and how to work hard.

The cornerstone of the mortgage banking industry is service, and Cabrall learned early on that personal service makes all the difference. Cabrall started at CMG Financial the summer before his senior year of high school and has worked his way up in the company, now serving as the vice president of correspondent operations. He helped build out CMG’s correspondent channel to become a service-driven, well-organized, efficient channel. Correspondent owners and heads of capital markets at firms around the country trust Cabrall as the “go-to guy” to find a creative solution and an all-around mortgage consultant. In 2017, Cabrall co-founded CMG Securities, with AJ George, where he is the executive director.

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“Be transparent and thoughtful in your approach. At the end of the day, we’re in a relationship business and the one way to surround yourself with great people and be successful is by being real. At CMG, we’ve always believed in the open door policy and it’s something that I’m passionate about. ‘People helping people’ is what we call it and it’s not just what you do, it’s the way you go about it.”

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