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PHH Mortgage selected as Northfield Bank's mortgage servicing partner

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Apr 14, 2010

Northfield Bank has announced that it has selected PHH Mortgage, a subsidiary of PHH Corporation, as a strategic partner for its mortgage loan origination and servicing business. "Partnering with PHH will allow us to offer our customers faster approvals, streamlined documentation requirements, and 24-7 access to their loan processing status," said Kenneth Doherty, Northfield Bank's executive vice president and chief lending officer. "Additionally, customers will have the ability to initiate a loan application online at www.northfieldbankmortgage.com or by phone at (877) 231-5236." "PHH Mortgage is pleased to provide Northfield Bank with a fully integrated, end-to-end, mortgage platform, which will help to deliver a best in class mortgage program consistent with its customer value proposition, and create long term competitive advantage," said Bob Andwood, PHH Mortgage's senior vice president of private label solutions. For more information, visit www.eNorthfield.com or www.phhmortgagesolutions.com.
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