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Mortgage Network Adds Two Veteran LOs
Aug 18, 2015
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Veteran mortgage professional Stan Reinford has joined Mortgage Network Inc. as a loan officer in the company’s Doylestown, Pennsylvania branch office, where he will be responsible for serving borrowers and homeowners throughout the eastern Pennsylvania area. Edward Cuyler Applegate Wilson has also joined Mortgage Network as an LO in the company’s Mount Pleasant, S.C. branch office, where he will be responsible for the Southeast region.

Reinford (pictured right), a Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist (CMPS), brings to Mortgage Network 22 years of mortgage banking experience in the eastern Pennsylvania area. Most recently, Reinford served as a loan originator at PrimeLending. He is involved in many local volunteer service organizations, including Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County as a family support person.

“Experienced and devoted mortgage professionals like Stan are the main reason we have so many satisfied clients,” said Tim Hatter, sales manager of Mortgage Network’s Doylestown office. “Given Stan’s long track record of dedication and service to local borrowers, we trust he will play a significant role in our future success.”

“Mortgage Network has a well-deserved reputation in Pennsylvania for its broad range of mortgage products and legendary customer service,” said Reinford. “I’m eager to use the company’s resources and support to help homebuyers and home owners throughout the area with their home financing needs.”

Wilson (pictured left) brings to Mortgage Network 14 years of mortgage banking experience in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. Most recently, he served as loan originator for Johnson Capital. Since 2003, Wilson has originated more than $850 million in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans.

“Edward’s dedication to his clients and his knowledge of the local market make him a perfect fit for our team,” said Wes Sellew, branch manager of Mortgage Network’s Mount Pleasant office. “We are certain he will be a huge contributor to our continued success.” 

“The greater Charleston market is a good place to be,” Wilson said. “Home prices have risen nicely over the past five years but remain affordable, which is great for both current and aspiring homeowners. By joining Mortgage Network, a lender with a great product selection and outstanding customer service, I’ll be better able to help people with their purchase and refinancing needs.”

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