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Mortgage Network Expands Into Philly Area

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jul 15, 2013

Mortgage Network Inc. has announced the opening of a branch office in the suburban Philadelphia area. Mortgage Network's Conshohocken, Pa. branch will focus on helping borrowers with their home financing needs and offers a full range of mortgage products, including competitively priced conventional, non-conforming, state and federal government programs, as well as reverse residential mortgage loans. This is Mortgage Network’s sixth branch office opened in 2013. Based in Danvers, Mass., Mortgage Network is a full-service retail lender with nationally acclaimed customer service. “With mortgage rates moving higher and relatively low housing inventory in the local market, it’s more important than ever for borrowers to have a mortgage resource they know they can trust,” said Lawler. “Our new office makes Mortgage Network much more accessible to borrowers in Montgomery, Chester, Delaware, Philadelphia and Bucks counties, where our team will continue helping consumers become financially literate while exceeding their expectations with fantastic service.” The Conshohocken, Pa. branch office will be managed by Ted Lawler, who has 12 years of mortgage banking experience in the Philadelphia area. A district sales manager and top producer for Mortgage Network, Lawler most recently served as the manager of the company’s Berwyn, Pa. branch. Joining Lawler will be sales manager Annette Dougherty, Loan Officers Chris Fretz, Matthew Kelly, Ward Kerlin, Tony Roggio and David Heins, and Sales Assistant Diana Mondo. “Mortgage Network is continually looking for areas to expand so that more borrowers can benefit from our full range of mortgage products,” said Brian Koss, Mortgage Network executive vice president. “Lawler has an amazing track record of service to borrowers and homeowners in the area. With his leadership, we expect the Conshohocken team to serve borrowers in southeast Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey for many years to come.”
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Jul 15, 2013