Business Spotlight: Expert Service and Options at Pacor Mortgage Corp.

Pacor Mortgage Corp., one of the oldest established mortgage brokers in Illinois, was started by Randy Papp in 1986. Papp’s first office was in Mt. Greenwood and even though office location has moved, Pacor continues to serve many clients from Beverly/Morgan Park and Mount Greenwood with exceptional personal attention and customer service. The company is still family owned and operated — Papp’s daughters, Lindsey Spencer and Elizabeth Campione have worked alongside their dad for years, and son-in-law Mike Campione joined the team last summer. All three families are Beverly/Morgan Park residents, and many Pacor employees live in and around the neighborhood.

Pacor has access to a wide variety of loan products. “Will match or beat any written approval from any other lender,” Papp said. It’s the promise on which he built his successful business.  “We work to find the program that best fits each customer’s needs.”

All loans are processed and underwritten at the Pacor corporate office. Borrowers work directly with their loan officer throughout entire process, and receive regular email updates so they stay up to date on the status of their loan.

Over the years, the company has grown into an important lender, doing business from locations throughout Chicagoland area, Ohio and Michigan. Despite its wide reach, Pacor uses all local appraisers who understand their markets and provide accurate and complete information for customers.

Last year, Papp moved the Pacor corporate office to, 14930 S. Cicero Ave., Oak Forest. “Even though we’re no longer located in the neighborhood, a lot of or our business is done electronically and by phone and mail,” Elizabeth Campione said. “Our customers receive personal attention throughout process, and don’t need to leave the area for expert home loan help.”

Pacor Mortgage Corp. is licensed in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, Florida, Ohio, New Jersey, Colorado, and soon, California. Call 773-881-7744 or visit for more information.



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