Private Mortgage Association Announces 2023 Sponsorships


The Association of Independent Mortgage Experts (AIME), a nonprofit trade organization that supports mortgage professionals, announced its 2023 supportwhich consists of sixteen wholesale partners committed to growing the business channel and mortgage originators.

Funding provided by supporters this year will directly support 65,000 AIME members and the communities they serve and is helping four more announcements and events throughout the year. By developing strong partnerships with these leading brokers and buyers, AIME can offer independent mortgage professionals a direct line of access to the most reputable partners in the mortgage industry, improving the support for the founders and their communities.

“In competitive markets, business owners need competitive options to succeed – and our partners offer the loan products and services they need to meet the needs of their communities,” said Katie Sweeney, CEO of AIME. “We’re here to help entrepreneurs win, and we couldn’t do that without the dedicated support of our industry-leading sponsors to drive growth all the way forward.”

AIME’s various member programs throughout the year include the annual Fuse conference in Las Vegas, the Spark Small Business Grant Program, which promotes equality and inclusion in the retail industry, National Mortgage Brokers Day was created to promote the market and educate consumers on it. the benefits of working with an independent broker, and the Hall of AIME, the only award system for independent mortgage professionals.

“We have a strong partnership with AIME and will continue to do great things together for years to come,” said Mat Ishbia, president and CEO at UWM. “AIME and UWM are like-minded and believe independent mortgage brokers are the best place for a consumer to get a loan and the best place for a loan officer to work.” Together, we are providing the tools and resources to help entrepreneurs succeed in this and all future markets, and will continue to build a supportive and collaborative community across America.

“Homepoint is proud to continue our partnership with AIME,” said Willie Newman, president and CEO of Homepoint. “Helping to expand the business channel and promote the quality that the business offers to consumers and real estate professionals continues to be our priority, and AIME encourages our ability to do that. Our continued support of the Association proves that we are fully committed to the philosophy of better brokers for American home buyers.

This year we are back with sponsors including the country’s number one mortgage lender, United Wholesale Mortgage (UWM), Homepoint, Change Wholesale, EPM, PRMG, FundLoans, RCN Capital, and Windsor. Also returning for 2023 are AFR Wholesale, Flagstar Bank, Plaza Home Mortgage, Power TPO, and REMN Wholesale. In addition, corporate sponsors include returning partners Advantage Credit, and for the first time, ARIVE has participated as an annual sponsor, based on their previous partnership with organization Brokers Are Better Network of vendors. New to this year’s AIME sponsor list is Mutual of Omaha, which has been in business for 117 years, and recently opened its own brokerage with Colin Treed leading the charge and establishing a broker. businesses that focus on their company’s unique stability.

Over the past year, AIME has also started partnerships with niche lenders including Change Wholesale, a diversified lending company that offers options to support underserved and underserved communities. It is the only CDFI-certified company in the United States, as well as continuing to focus on providing other loan programs to the business community. AIME is also proud to have partners that offer a variety of products to help first-time homebuyers with low incomes. The association’s longtime sponsor, PRMG, offers Down Payment Assistance programs to help startups meet the needs of buyers to support their dreams of home ownership.

Each sponsor combines with special circumstances to help AIME in its quest to spread the message that “Brokers are better” by by providing business owners with flexible credit options, superior service, and ongoing support in the competitive housing market. This respected group of industry leaders is consistent in their support of AIME and its mission to increase the growth of the market.

“We have long supported AIME and the business community,” said Eddy Perez, CEO and President of EPM. “We’re excited to renew our commitment to the retail industry and provide the support needed for startups to succeed in their communities.”

Details of this year’s sponsors include:

Sponsor Name

  • mortgage mortgage all lift

Platinum Sponsors

Gold sponsors

  • Learning Marketing Change
  • EPM Sales Training
  • PRMG

Silver Sponsors

  • Loans
  • RCN Capital
  • Windsor

Support Sponsors

  • AFR Wholesale
  • Flagstar Bank
  • Mutual of Omaha Wholesale mortgages
  • Plaza Home mortgage
  • Power TPO
  • REMN Sales Training
  • Good Credit

About the Association of Independent Mortgage Professionals

The Association of Independent Mortgage Experts (AIME) is a non-profit, national trade membership organization created specifically for independent mortgage experts. together. With more than 65,000 members, AIME is committed to building a community of independent mortgage professionals by building an organization that empowers them with unparalleled technology, continuing education, and network connections needed to advise customers nationwide with their residential mortgage needs. AIME has a strategy focused on growth, providing tools and resources to strengthen the sales channel beyond the 25% share of the mortgage market in 2023.

For additional information about the benefits associated with being a member of AIME, as well as wholesalers and retailers who are interested in supporting AIME, visit

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SOURCE: The Association of Independent Mortgage Experts

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