Nationally Recognized Mortgage Loan Officer Resigns from First Magnus Financial To Pursue Other Opportunities

Tucson, AZ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/31/2007 -- As of July 2007, Tyler Ford resigned as a loan officer from First Magnus Financial Corp to pursue other opportunities outside of the mortgage industry. First Magnus Financial had done some things that Tyler thought were unethical; consequently he decided to exit the business. Tyler’s resignation was prior to the collapse of First Magnus Financial, so the timing could not have been any better for Tyler.

Tyler wants to thank the Realtors, friends, family, clients, escrow officers, appraisers, Doug Olson, Jim Storey of Webhouse 1616, Frank Williams of Frank Williams Design, Renee Booker of Long Mortgage and Cirrus Visual for helping him reach a high level of success. Tyler is grateful to all of you that supported him over the years and could not have done it without the help of others.

Tyler Ford a lifetime Arizonan, raised in Tucson and a graduate of Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff.

Tyler has great deal of experience in the real estate field. Tyler was initially as real estate agent and then investor. It was as an investor that he became involved with Charter Funding / First Mangus Financial in 2000 and developed an interest in the mortgage industry. Tyler became recognized in Tucson as a mortgage-originating leader.

Tyler also has a passion for health and nutrition and is an athletic enthusiasts; enjoying the entire outdoor benefits Tucson has to offer.

Tyler Ford believes "There are many things in life you get a second chance at like relationships, finances, and careers. Your health is one thing that you do not get a second chance at. So why not take care of yourself?"

Tyler has a new excitement for life because he is now pursuing other opportunities that he is passionate about.

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