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Resource Title’s commercial operation expands into District of Columbia

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
May 24, 2010

Resource Title Agency Inc. has announced the opening of its newest office in Washington, D.C. to serve its expanding base of commercial and governmental clientele. This move follows Resource's recent opening of its national commercial division office in downtown Chicago in late 2009. Richard J. Rennell Jr., senior vice president of finance and head of Resource Title’s commercial division, indicated that the opening comes in response to increased commercial activity along the east coast, as well as increased activity with governmental entities. “We are thrilled that the expansion of our commercial and governmental base has required us to establish additional presence on the Eastern seaboard.” Rennell further indicated that Resource Title is considering opening additional offices in both the mid-Atlantic region and the western states, in order to best service existing and potential new clients. “In spite of the general state of the market, there is still plenty of business opportunity in the commercial sector,” said Rennell. “We are pleased to be a part of it and will aggressively go after it.” For more information, visit www.ResourceTitle.com.
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