Cherry Creek Mortgage, the parent company of Premier Mortgage Group (PMG), has announced that PMG is now Cherry Creek Mortgage. By adopting the brand of its parent company, PMG will have greater resources, and will provide financing in more states across the country, further enhancing service to its clients and partners.
PMG has been part of the Cherry Creek Mortgage family of brands since 2006. With the name change, new and existing customers can expect to receive the same great service, product offerings and a local team. In addition, PMG will continue under the Cherry Creek Mortgage brand.
“Our number one commitment has always been to our community and the homeowners we serve,” said Nick Peterson, PMG area manager and chief loan officer. “As the PMG name changes, our team’s commitment to creating a premier mortgage experience is only getting stronger.”
Cherry Creek Mortgage has been around for over 35 years, offering a wide range of mortgage loan options to meet the needs of its client base.
“Premier Mortgage Group has been a leading division of Cherry Creek Mortgage for more than 15 years,” said Jeff May, Chairman and CEO of Cherry Creek Mortgage Group. “The team is excited to offer the same level of exceptional service to their clients under the Cherry Creek Mortgage name.”
Cherry Creek also announced the expansion of its presence in Wyoming, with the opening of a new branch in Rock Springs.
The company opened its first office in Wyoming in 2019, and now has four locations across the state, with the Rock Springs branch joining the company’s Cheyenne, Casper and Sheridan locations. Loan Officer Angela Salazar, a Rock Springs native with 14 years of experience in finance, will help clients find customized home financing solutions.
“We are very excited to be joining the Rock Springs community, and helping local homeowners find the best mortgage for their needs,” Salazar said. “Born and raised here in Rock Springs, I love our community, and I look forward to bringing everything Cherry Creek has to offer to the area.”