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Waterstone Mortgage Adds Six New Branches

Phil Hall
Oct 17, 2017
Average mortgage rates were down slightly in the latest Freddie Mac data

Pewaukee, Wis.-based Waterstone Mortgage has announced the opening of six new branches in five states.
 
The new branches include two Illinois-based operations in Bloomington and Chicago plus branches in Enterprise, Ala.; Hiawatha, Iowa; Fredericksburg, Va.; and Salem, Ore. The company, a wholly-owned subsidiary  of WaterStone Bank SSB, operates in 43 states.
 
Waterstone Mortgage President and CEO Eric Egenhoefer promised the new branches will hold a high commitment to quality customer service. “As a company that values our ethics and culture above all, we are committed to doing things the right way,” he said. “That includes hiring only the cream of the crop, whether it's branch managers, loan officers or underwriters. It's all part of our desire to provide the best possible experience for our borrower customers.”
 
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