Supreme Lending has announced the addition of five new branches in the state of Alabama. The addition of these branches plays a key role in the company’s aggressive plan for growth and expansion in 2012. The five new branches are located throughout the state of Alabama, and together they currently close nearly $500 million in mortgages per year.
“We have aggressive growth goals for 2012 and these new branch managers, who are some of the top producers in Alabama, are a big part of meeting those goals,” said James Iley, Supreme Lending's senior vice president and national production manager, who has been appointed to help the company grow and instrumental in solidifying this transaction. “This is just the beginning of our expansion efforts for the coming year. We have plans to continue our southeast expansion with branches in Georgia, Tennessee and Kentucky as well as a major addition in Florida.”
Correspondent lender Supreme Lending has developed numerous state-of-the-art proprietary technologies, and underwrites, closes and funds loans in-house. The combination of technology and in-house operations enables Supreme Lending's loan officers to provide their customers with significant cost savings and a smoother, much more streamlined experience throughout the entire cycle of the mortgage.
“My number one goal is to provide the best service to my prospects, customers and referral sources,” said Shannon Fortner, branch manager of the Huntsville, Ala. branch. “With James Iley’s direction, Supreme Lending’s reputation, and the company’s commitment to using the best, most modern technologies, I knew that my objectives would be completely supported. Joining Supreme isn’t just a big win for me, it’s a big win for everyone I do business with.”