Emory Smith joined Inlanta Mortgage’s Emerald Coast Team in early 2019, where he is a Licensed Mortgage Consultant. In his role, Emory advises on all mortgage programs, including:
• First-Time Homebuyers
• Rehab & Renovation
Emory works closely with Realtors, Insurance Agencies, Home Inspectors, Appraisers, Title/Escrow Attorneys and Consumers to make the process of purchasing a home less stressful. As a Mortgage Consultant, Emory provides service with excellent communication and provides weekly updates on the mortgage process. Emory takes great pride in executing his fiduciary responsibility when advising his clients and potential customers on which mortgage program will best benefit their goals and needs. His knowledge of a wide range of mortgage products has given him the skills and ability to solve complex mortgage issues by providing real reachable solution. Emory is enthusiastic about the opportunity to be an extension of your organization by providing expert advice and exceptional customer service with outstanding communication, during the mortgage loan process. With his expert advice and follow-up skills on your side, you will be able to focus on marketing and sales activities that will increase your profits. Emory, a native of Pensacola, Fla., grew up with three brothers and two sisters and graduated from Escambia High School. He was recruited to play football at Clemson University (CU) where he was named the Offensive MVP of the 1993 Peach Bowl. After graduating with a B.S. in Marketing, Emory earned a spot on two NFL team: The Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys. In 1999, he joined the Scottish Claymores of NFL Europe, and suffered a career-ending knee injury. With a professional sport career no longer an option, Emory turned to his marketing degree and spent nine years in the health care industry selling durable medical equipment, home health care and hospice services. After a successful career in the healthcare industry, he ventured into Real Estate Sales and finally settled in Mortgage Consulting where he has been for the past five years. All of these experiences, whether it was blocking, scoring touchdowns on the football field or providing hospice service for grief-stricken families, have been learning opportunities that were both rewarding and personally fulfilling. In all of his career opportunities, Emory rests upon the lessons he learned on the football field. First, proper planning prevents poor performance. Second, hard work and discipline are the keys to success in any industry. Third, and most important, take care of your team. My team has changed from brothers on the football field, to nowadays, all involved in getting people and families into the homes of their dreams.