Roxanne Carr Names to Top 50 Women in Business for 2013!!!
March 29, 2013
Roxanne Carr Named to Top 50 Women in Business
Pacific Coast Business Times Chooses Carr for Top 50 in Tri-Counties
Roxanne Carr, Division President of The Mortgage House, with local offices in San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria, was named as one of the Top 50 Women in Business by the Pacific Coast Business Times in its seventh year of identifying outstanding women in the Tri-Counties. She was chosen from “more than 100 nominations” according to the special edition printed for March 22-28, 2013.
Interestingly, Roxanne is one of a very select few chosen in San Luis Obispo County. She was recognized for her outstanding accomplishments in business, beginning with her tenure at ARCS Mortgage as West Coast Regional VP and continuing with her co-founding of The Mortgage House in 1995.
She has received many accolades in her career for her business acumen and commitment to the community. Just last year, Cuesta Community College recognized her as the Outstanding Foundation Board Member for 2012. She will be honored by the Pacific Coast Business Times in Santa Barbara at the Bacara Resort reception and awards program on April 11, 2013.
The Mortgage House was formed in 1995 by Ira Cohen, Allen Satenberg and Roxanne Carr. Their goal was to create a service-oriented local mortgage banking organization, and their philosophies of service and integrity have kept the group at the top of mortgage banking companies dedicated only to residential lending. It is one of a very few mortgage banking firms in the Tri-Counties, “pledging individualized attention to customer needs for financing and maintaining all of its mortgage processing in-house, never outsourcing,” according to Carr.
Roxanne added, “I am deeply honored by the Pacific Coast Business Times recognition this year. It was very unexpected and gratefully appreciated...so nice to continue to receive acknowledgement in a career I love. I believe our firm is more than unique in its personalized attention to customer needs, especially in our current environment when most mortgage firms send applications far away for handling.”