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The StoneHill Group announces new hires and relocates to larger facility

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 08, 2010

The StoneHill Group, a provider of quality control, due diligence, mortgage processing and post-closing services for mortgage originators, has announced a move into new headquarters of more than twice the size of its present location to accommodate its growth and the company’s 2010 expansion program. The new facilities in Atlanta are located at 1117 Perimeter Center West. While many companies struggled or closed their doors in 2009, The Stonehill Group doubled the number of full-time employees to 85 and expanded many of its services to the mortgage industry. The company anticipates adding 35 to 40 employees in 2010, bringing additional employment to the Atlanta area. The new facilities have several employee amenities including a cafeteria and an on-site gym. One of the major factors in site selection was the fact that it is located adjacent to MARTA. “The new facilities will not only be an upgraded work space for our present staff, but will be highly secure accommodations for a new SAS 70-compliant data center and we are also moving to a state-of-the-art virtualized network. An alternative data center will also be maintained for backup and business continuity,” said David Green, president of The StoneHill Group. “It is vital to our clients that we continue to provide them with industry-compliant services such as being SAS 70 and HVCC compliant, and also RESPA ready. We are proud to continue our progress in this new facility. ” For more information, visit www.stonehillgroup.com.  
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