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BSPNTX Announces Partnership with Colonial National Mortgage

Updated: Sep 27, 2022

August 3, 2022



DALLAS – The National Society of Black Sports Professionals North Texas (BSPNTX) is excited to announce a partnership with Colonial National Mortgage.


As a part of this sponsorship, Colonial National Mortgage will work with BSPNTX to provide educational opportunities via group sessions and one-on-one consultations and financial management strategies to assist in building and maintaining personal wealth for its members.


Colonial National Mortgage is a division of Colonial Savings, F.A., which also includes CU Members Mortgage and the Colonial Home Loan Center. Founded in 1952 as Fort Worth Mortgage Corporation, Colonial is a national, multi-service financial institution headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas and is one of the largest servicers of residential mortgage loans in the United States with a servicing portfolio of $26 billion. The privately held company provides a full array of personal and business financial products and originates approximately $1.5 billion in FHA, VA, Jumbo, Conventional, Condo and innovative Single Close Construction loans annually.


"Colonial National Mortgage is proud to be a sponsor and supporter of Black Sports Professionals North Texas," said Colonial Savings, F.A. President David Motley. "We are excited to see the advancements that BSPNTX has made and continues to make on behalf of its members."


Colonial National Mortgage becomes the fifth organization to become a BSPNTX partner, joining the Dallas Mavericks, Reveal Suits, Texas Rangers and UNT Sport Entertainment Management.


"BSPNTX's mission is to not only advance our members professionally, but to provide resources for personal success," said BSPNTX Vice President and Treasurer Greer Christian. "We are thrilled to partner with Colonial Mortgage because we see the impact of financial empowerment extending well beyond our members by offering wealth-building strategies to assist our communities in achieving their personal financial goals."




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