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Nationstar Mortgage announces new branches in Gulf Coast region
Apr 01, 2010

Nationstar Mortgage LLC has announced that it is expanding its distributed retail mortgage market and will be opening eight branches in the Gulf Coast region. The initial branch openings will be concentrated in Alabama and Tennessee and will be headed by regional vice president, Tammy Turner, a well-known and respected mortgage executive within the local realtor and homebuilder communities. The Alabama locations will include Montgomery, Mobile, Birmingham and Prattville, Ala. The Tennessee locations will be in Hendersonville, Murfreesboro, Johnson City and Memphis, Tenn. All locations are scheduled to be open by April 1, 2010, pending license approval. These branches will provide the local communities an option to work face-to-face with their mortgage lender. Nationstar Mortgage LLC is a direct lender with mortgage professionals providing customer service exceeding industry standards and specializes in serving the customers referred by local realtors and homebuilders. For more information, visit
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