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Matt DeCesaro Joins REMN as Branch Manager

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 22, 2012

Real Estate Mortgage Network Inc. (REMN) has announced a new addition to their Atlanta area team in Duluth, Ga. as Matt DeCesaro will join REMN as the Duluth office’s new branch manager, reporting directly to Angie Gora and Todd Greak, REMN’s Georgia state managers. DeCesaro, along with the other associates in the Duluth office, will continue REMN’s tradition of providing area homebuyers, homeowners and real estate professionals with the customer service driven, quality-focused mortgage experience the company is known for nationwide. During his previous positions with other major lending institutions, DeCesaro received consistent praise from home buyers for his speed and attention to detail in assisting them with their mortgage needs. As the REMN Duluth branch manager, DeCesaro will continue to uphold REMN’s reputation for personalized service in mortgage transactions. “Duluth is a growing and important community for the Atlanta area, one which has truly come to appreciate REMN’s customer-focused approach to the mortgage industry. Having DeCesaro in charge of REMN’s Duluth office will only help to strengthen our reputation for speed and quality in helping people secure the homes of their dreams in Duluth and the surrounding areas,” said Gora. As a whole, REMN combines the services of consumer facing retail branches with those of a large-scale wholesale brokerage and online channels. REMN currently has more than 40 retail offices licensed to originate loans across the continental U.S., in addition to their online consumer direct division, which is doing business as FinanceMyHome.com. The company employs more than 600 people throughout offices in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Vermont. In 2011 alone, REMN closed more than $2.3 billion in home loans, solidifying its position as one of the largest independent non-bank lenders in the U.S.
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Mar 22, 2012