what is company culture ?

The company culture is the personality of a company. It shapes the atmosphere around the office and sets a tone for how our team should behave while at work. Some see it as a complex mix of values, ethics, goals, company mission and work environment.

The defining element of our company culture is the shared values, beliefs and assumptions that reflect what our associates do everyday.

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defining the company culture ?

Our defining element is the shared values, beliefs and assumptions that reflect what we think, and how we behave and act with others on a daily basis.

our company culture

An organization’s culture is represented by the values which it truly lives by and not just by the words that it chooses to showcase on a website, social media posting or an office wall somewhere.

It is our belief that if we serve our clients well ... our own success will follow. Our Company's best assets is our people, our integrity, our values, our reputation and our relationships.  Our continued success depends upon our unwavering adherence to this standard.

Never Give Up,
Hugo Dorta,
Founder + Principal

our company standards

Moral Character + Respect
Trust + Integrity
Change + Adaptability
Results Orientation
Meet + Exceed Client Expectations
Responsibility + Accountability
Open Honest Communication
Set Goals + Established Guidelines

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who we are + what we do

Brickell Capital is a Florida "Private Bridge" Mortgage Lender.  We specialize in Residential and Commercial Loans for Self-Employed Borrowers and Foreign Nationals (NRA), New Construction + Loan Servicing.

awards + industry recognition

For the last 3 years, Brickell Capital was voted "Top 20" Commercial Lenders and Brokers by the South Florida Business Journal (South Florida's leading news outlet for residential and commercial real estate, banking, finance and business news).

mission statement ...

Brickell Capital puts the client's interests first, because without our clients ... Brickell Capital would not be in business.