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Waterstone Mortgage Opens New California Branch

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Dec 14, 2017
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Waterstone Mortgage Corporation has announced the opening of a new branch in Concord, Calif. The new office is led by Branch Manager Jaime Joyner, who has more than 20 years of experience in the mortgage industry. Joyner and her team came to Waterstone Mortgage from Caliber Home Loans.
 
"This is our first branch in Northern California, so we are especially excited about its opening," Joyner said. "Businesses in Concord are growing quickly and the newly-created jobs are drawing a lot of people to the area. We are here to help individuals in the community get into homes or refinance their current mortgage loans with loan programs that truly make sense for them, with customer service that makes the process very smooth.”
 
The new Concord branch is one of many Waterstone Mortgage branches throughout the nation; overall, the company has the ability to lend in 43 states.
 
"Jaime and her team are an invaluable addition to Waterstone Mortgage. Their knowledge of the Concord area is second to none, and they have the superior work ethic and positive outlook that defines our company culture," said Waterstone Mortgage President and CEO Eric Egenhoefer. "We are also excited to serve homebuyers in Northern California, and look forward to helping them achieve their homeownership goals." 

 
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