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3: Restoring MG’s And Restoring Credit All Part Of A Day | Hersel Lawson | Corridor Mortgage

Be Inspired | Do Good:

Hersel Lawson of Corridor Mortgage shares with us how he learned patience through running a business with his dad and now implements this practice of patience with his clients needing to repair their credit before getting into their home.

Hersel is a problem-solver, a doer, and a man enthusiastic about life. One of his favorite quotes is: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. Sail away from the safe harbor, dream discover and love life”. ~ Mark Twain ~

I see Hersel living that quote out daily.

Hersel shares with us the value of a mortgage planner NOT just a “lender”…. He exudes passion for his family and friends that pours over into his business of helping clients get into the home they love. He has worked with numerous clients to improve their credit, which in turn allows them to purchase a home. It’s not the easy way, but it works. His patience has paid dividends for so many!

 

 

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