Alex Lieb, Branch Manager at Access Capital Mortgage, recently volunteered at the Wounded Paw Project (WPP) Grand Opening Celebration on Saturday, October 12th. WPP aims to dispell the notion that shelter and rescue dogs are not trainable and viable candidates to be service, emotional support, therapy, and working dogs.
Alex Lieb, Branch Manager at Access Capital Mortgage, recently volunteered at the 2019 Blue Crabs event featuring Redskins Alumni. Proceeds benefitted the Gary Sinise Foundation, Redskins Alumni Association, and The Children's Inn at NIH.
Alex Lieb, Branch Manager at Access Capital Mortgage, had the privilege to represent the Wounded Paw Project (www.woundedpawproject.org) at the Fairfax County Summer Entertainment Series. 2 Silos Brewing (www.2silosbrewing.com) was the sponsor for WPP with all proceeds from 2 Silos Brewing going to the Wounded Paw Project.
Alex Lieb, Branch Manager at Access Capital Mortgage and an active volunteer for veteran’s causes, was on hand to help with United Soldiers and Sailors of America (USASOA) Red, White and Brew 4th of July Celebration on the rooftop of 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE, headquarters of USASOA.
On July 2nd, Jan Schaefer and Joe Quirk, of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services PenFed Realty and Alex Lieb of Access Capital Mortgage, welcomed Michele Ladd, CEO, of Heroes Home Advantage, on her cross country stop in Ellicott City at Yingling-Ridgely VFW Post 7472. Michele spoke of her military family, including both her sons who served, and how Heroes Home Advantage gives back to military, law enforcement, 1st responders, firefighters, teachers and health care professionals when buying, selling or refinancing.
In attendance from the VFW were Ron Andachter, Commander Christopher Bowers and Judge Advocate Shelby T. Rogers as Ernesto Hernandez III, of the Wounded Paw Project and Charles Eggleston, VP of Wounded Paw Project, were honored for their service in Afghanistan and Iraq. Both Ernesto and Charles are Purple Heart Recipients (Charles is a multiple Purple Heart Recipient) and give selflessly in their community as they support the veteran community.
Alex Lieb, Branch Manager at Access Capital Mortgage, was proud to honor all the men and women of our Armed Services this past Memorial Day. Activities included: participating in the laying down of the wreath in the Rockville Town Center with his fellow DAV Post 12 members as well as being the Maryland Ambassador for the Wounded Paw Project during the National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C.
After more than fifteen years in business, Access Capital Mortgage has retired the original logo and replaced it with an updated design in honor of a new office in downtown Baltimore. We are especially excited to roll out this brand new, overhauled website that will make the application easier and more informative for our clients. In business, change and growth is always good. However, who we are has not changed. The Team at Access Capital Mortgage remains committed to our borrowers, both current and future, and are excited to have created a process that we hope will inspire confidence in any borrower. The process is not always an easy one yet we are determined to make it as smooth as possible from start to finish.
Access Capital Mortgage moved into a newly-renovated office space at 1128 S. Charles St. in Federal Hill, Baltimore last week. ACM has been in South Baltimore for eleven years.
The office opening is featured in SouthBmore.com.
ACM also has offices in Bethesda and on Wyndhurst Avenue in Baltimore.
ACM’s office has been designed with new hardwood floors and glass walls. ACM will also be installing tin walls and ceilings in the reception area. ACM will be using the second floor two-bedroom apartment as additional office space.
ACM does refinancing and purchase loans for residential and investment property owners and works closely with Baltimore home buying incentives. “We specialize in creative financing for the neighborhood,” said Patrick Marsiglia, VP and Senior Loan Officer for Access Capital. Marsiglia has been working in the neighborhood for fifteen years and has worked with most realtors in the area.
“We knew we wanted to be back on Main Street,” said Marsiglia. “We were excited to renovate this property that was the last eye sore on the block. We’ve had a great welcoming already with people coming by and congratulating us.”
When asked about the new office’s access to the restaurants and stores of Federal Hill, Marsiglia simply said, “it’s the best.”
ACM will be hosting a grand opening on Opening Day of the Baltimore Orioles season and looks forward to hosting parties on its rooftop deck throughout the year.