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Clay Hopkins to Lead HomeBridge’s New Oklahoma City Office

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 07, 2017
HomeBridge Financial Services has opened a new retail branch location in Oklahoma City

HomeBridge Financial Services has opened a new retail branch location in Oklahoma City, to be led by Clay Hopkins, an Oklahoma City housing industry veteran. The new HomeBridge location will fulfill the needs of local area homebuyers, as well as builders and other housing industry professionals, with the same high level of customer service the company is known for nationwide.
 
Hopkins, who has joined HomeBridge in the role of branch manager, has more than 30 years of housing industry experience, garnered from work with some of Oklahoma City’s leading mortgage lenders. An Oklahoma native who has spent his entire career in the local mortgage industry, Hopkins has seen the Oklahoma City housing market change dramatically during the last three decades and knows firsthand ways buyers and housing industry professionals can secure the best mortgage products for their own unique needs.
 
“After 30 years in this industry, I chose to become a part of HomeBridge’s expansion into Oklahoma City because I honestly believe in the value it brings to homebuyers, developers and Realtors in our local community,” said Hopkins. “As rates fluctuate and our local economy continues to improve, HomeBridge offers the speed and flexibility homebuyers and builders need in our rapidly evolving real estate market.”
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