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Total Mortgage Expands Headquarters to Accommodate Companywide Growth

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
May 23, 2012

Total Mortgage Services LLC has expanded its Milford, Conn.-based headquarters with the addition of an additional 2,000 sq.-ft. of office space which will house the company’s senior leadership. The new space is part of the same building complex where Total Mortgage’s origination and operation centers are located. Total Mortgage now occupies more than 10,000 sq. ft. of office space at its headquarters on West Main Street in Milford, Conn. as well as other regional offices. “We have been part of the City of Milford’s business community since 1997, and we are excited about our rapid growth,” said John Walsh, founder and president of Total Mortgage Services LLC. “We have hired more than thirty new employees over the past year, and our expansion is direct result of the success of both our retail and wholesale lending platforms.” Total Mortgage is actively hiring fully-licensed, experienced loan officers, as well as marketing and operational staff. The company is now licensed in 27 states and the District of Columbia with plans to be licensed in all 50 states in the near future. “Our dedication to responsible lending and top notch customer service has enabled us to grow during a tumultuous time in the mortgage industry," said Walsh. "We believe our continued commitment to these core values will help us thrive in the future.” Benjamin G. Blake, mayor of the city of Milford, Conn. said, “Amid a struggling national economy, Total Mortgage has become a key employer in Milford, and the expansions of its operations is a win-win situation for both the company and our city. Total Mortgage will continue to leverage New Haven County’s well-educated, diverse workforce as they further grow their business, while Milford can count on one of the nation’s most responsible lenders to be an integral part of our local economy.”
Published
May 23, 2012