Meet Our Loan Team

Scott Wittig

Mortgage Sales Manager, VP

NMLS#: 92131

I have served in many roles throughout my career to include processing, originating, and managing. I pride myself on the fact that over 50% of my business each year comes from previous clients whose trust I have earned and who are kind enough to come back to me. The other 50% comes from my realtor partners who are more like friends, who just happen to do real estate. I am approved by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission to teach the continuing education course I authored entitled, “Mortgage  Knowledge is Power”. This four-hour class is designed to educate realtors on the mortgage process, different loan types, the roles of various parties involved, and to dispel myths that exist about mortgages in general. I also serve on the Genworth Mortgage Advisory Board.

My wife and I live in Apex with our two teenagers, Ella and Kyle. As a family, we founded a non-profit called “The Red Balloon Project” to help the worries of seriously-ill children float away for a day. I am the author of two inspirational books, “Holy It!” and “The Second Day” and am working on my third which is due in late 2019.

The mortgage business has been my passion for over 20 years because it encapsulates all that I love – interaction with people, the ability to serve and educate, the development of trust in a relationship, real estate, and finance. I consider it an honor to work with people on such a crucial aspect of their financial lives. 

Experience. Genuine Concern. Humor.  I utilize these three qualities to provide as smooth a transaction as I possibly can. My experience and desire to educate will help you to understand the process fully, and to have as simple and enjoyable a process as possible. My concern for you and your family goes a long way toward ensuring that things go well and that you are fully informed throughout the transaction. My sense of humor may not be stage-worthy, but it goes a long way toward making a process that people worry about, a fun one instead.