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Michael Otto to Lead the New Castle & Cooke Mortgage Branch in Anaheim
Jul 20, 2015
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Castle & Cooke Mortgage has opened a new branch office in Anaheim, Calif., offering borrowers a full suite of loan products with exceptional customer service. The Anaheim branch office will be managed by Michael Otto who has nearly 20 years of mortgage banking experience in Southern California, with several past management roles at large financial institutions, including Carrington Mortgage Services and Pacific Mercantile Bank.

“With Michael’s leadership and experience, an exceptional team of mortgage professionals and the company’s advanced lending platform, there is plenty of excitement surrounding the new Anaheim branch,” said Jim Mitchell, Castle & Cooke Mortgage’s Southern California’s regional manager. “Michael and his team will expand the company’s market share by providing customers with superior service while working hand in hand with local real estate professionals to help Anaheim residents achieve their dream of homeownership."

“The high demand and lower inventory in Orange County and the Southern California housing market in general frequently puts pressure on borrowers and their loan arrangements,” said Otto. “Our mortgage professionals work tirelessly to alleviate that pressure by offering customers the speed, knowledge and flexibility required to make their homeownership dreams a reality. Successful transactions are a hallmark of the Castle & Cooke experience and we will carry on that tradition of excellence in the Anaheim branch office."

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