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Mortgage Master Opens Silicon Valley Branch

National Mortgage Professional
Oct 14, 2015
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Mortgage Master, a national mortgage lender and division of loanDepot Inc., America’s lender, has announced the opening of its newest branch in Burlingame in San Mateo County, Calif., an enclave of Silicon Valley and one of the country’s most diverse markets, serving many high-tech, bio-tech and startup companies and the region’s responsible borrowers. With more than 30 years of experience, Branch Manager Arton Chau is leading a seasoned team of lending professionals committed to  delivering excellent customer service and competitively priced, high-quality financing options from Mortgage Master including personal, purchase, refinance, traditional, high-balance and jumbo loans.

“At Mortgage Master, we understand each borrower has specific needs in one of the country’s hottest real estate markets, and we’re ready to help them make their dreams a reality,” said Chau. “Homeowner interest in the San Francisco Bay area is unprecedented. We remain committed to helping meet the needs of the communities where we live and do business by providing a simple, straight-forward financing experience.”

The Burlingame Mortgage Master team of lending professionals includes Chau, Kitty Lee, Judy Chen, Jed Thibodeau, Kelly Trueb, Sally Yip and Luis Alberto Wong. 

“Our newest branch in Burlingame has seasoned and experienced loan officers ready to assist responsible borrowers in the San Francisco bay area,” said Mortgage Master President Paul Anastos. “When considering loan options, especially for Millennials interested in buying a home in the growing Silicon Valley area, experience and versatility matter. Mortgage Master’s financial professionals offer a broad range of product lines to accommodate most every lending need.”

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