Prosperity Home Mortgage Closes First Home Loan in Detroit, Michigan

June 22, 2017
PHM Detroit Closing Photo
New homeowners Anthony and Lana Sellors accept a check from Prosperity Home Mortgage, LLC.

Prosperity Home Mortgage, LLC, (Prosperity) a full service mortgage banker and a wholly owned subsidiary of The Long & Foster Companies, closed its first residential Detroit home loan on June 16 — just a few weeks after the company officially began conducting business in the state. The purchasers, Anthony and Lana Sellors, received a great post-closing surprise, with Prosperity presenting them with a check for their first mortgage payment.

“Prosperity Home Mortgage is off to a spectacular start in the Detroit area, and we’re thrilled to close our first home loan in Michigan and help these two buyers achieve their homeownership dreams,” said Tim Wilson, CEO of Prosperity Home Mortgage. “I’m confident our commitment to offering exceptional customer service and competitive loan products will ensure our continued success in the Detroit area, helping us provide even more buyers with the total homeownership experience.”

The Sellors purchased a home in Chesterfield, Michigan, and mortgage consultants with Prosperity, Jeni Barchichat and David Knuth, guided them through the financing process. The Sellors also worked with Bill Finn, a real estate professional with Century 21 Town & Country.

Prosperity Home Mortgage offers a wide range of mortgage products, including fixed and adjustable rate mortgages. It is represented by more than 140 mortgage consultants and operates its own in-house processing, underwriting and closing at its five operation centers across the East Coast. Prosperity Home Mortgage also coordinates its clients’ appraisals and mortgage fulfillment in-house.

For more information about Prosperity Home Mortgage (NMLS #75164), visit

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: Pictured from left are John Kerstin, owner of Century 21 Town & Country in Detroit; Bill Finn, real estate agent with Century 21 Town & Country; Anthony and Lana Sellors, homeowners; Jeni Barchichat and David Knuth, mortgage consultants.