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Total Mortgage Revamps Its Site
May 08, 2013

Total Mortgage Services LLC has announced the launch of its new and improved Web site that provides users with a dynamic browsing experience across all devices. The new site features responsive Web design that provides users a superior experience whether they are using the site on their phone, tablet or PC. “We are very excited to unveil our new and improved Total Mortgage Web site, which was designed based on the feedback we have received from our customers,” said John Walsh, president of Total Mortgage. “Our commitment to offering borrowers industry-leading technology remains a top priority, and we are proud to offer one of the industry’s most user-friendly Web sites that focuses on educating borrowers to enable them to make the best choice for their home mortgage.” The new Web site utilizes responsive web design, which provides an optimal viewing experience across a wide range of devices from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones by adapting the layout to the viewing environment, resulting in a consistent product across all platforms. The Web site’s proprietary content management system (CMS) allows Total Mortgage’s development team to make quick updates and improvements to the site that improve the user experience and allows mortgage experts to publish quality, up-to-date rate and product information with maximum efficiency. The Web site also provides greater accessibility to users with vision impairments through a screen reading software system which quickly identifies important information on a Webpage. Visitors to the new site will notice new resources, such as in-depth guides to purchasing or refinancing a home, as well as many other useful tools. “We look forward to receiving feedback from our customers on the new website, and plan to use these valuable responses to inform our plans to roll out additional resources and elements that meet the needs of our customers,” said Walsh. “At Total Mortgage, we understand that as the mortgage industry and technology changes, we must change with it, and our refreshed Web site is part of our overall goal to deliver the right mortgage solution and best service to borrowers.”
May 08, 2013
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