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The Shrewsbury, N.J. branch of HomeBridge Financial Services Inc. has relocated from its original site in order to accommodate the rapid growth experienced during its first three years in operation. HomeBridge’s Shrewsbury retail branch was first licensed in 2013, and quickly rose to prominence in the company under the leadership of its branch manager and 30-year lending industry veteran, Rene Stone (pictuted right). The office has grown to become HomeBridge’s leading branch in the Northeast for the last two years, and one of the company’s top three branches nationally for the past three years.
“HomeBridge’s success in Shrewsbury is rooted in our ability to offer mortgage loans customized to the unique needs of each customer,” said Stone. “Whether someone is a longtime resident looking to refinance, a millennial buying their first home, or a developer trying to secure funding for a new project, the HomeBridge team in Shrewsbury has access to the right mortgage products for each borrower’s individual needs. HomeBridge’s national-level resources, combined with the Shrewsbury office’s personal approach with each customer, has made for a truly winning combination here in Monmouth County.”
HomeBridge’s Shrewsbury branch is now less than two miles from the original location it occupied when the office first opened for business. One of HomeBridge’s faster growing retail locations, the Shrewsbury office has expanded more than 200 percent since becoming operational in 2013. The new 4,400-square-foot office location will be home for more than 20 HomeBridge associates, and allow room for additional mortgage professionals to join the branch as it continues to grow in 2017.
“HomeBridge historically has had had a very strong presence in the Northeast, but the growth our Shrewsbury location as seen under Rene’s leadership has been nothing short of exceptional,” said Douglas Tarta, Northeast Regional Manager for HomeBridge. “Her team’s combined commitment to quality and customer service, along with their sense of urgency, sets an example for how all mortgage providers should work with their customers.”