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Princeton Mortgage Launches National Call Center

Jul 05, 2018
Princeton Mortgage is expanding its operations with the opening of a National Call Center in Charleston, S.C., and the July 9 launch of a Mortgage Loan Originator Training Class with the goal of employing more than 100 people over the next three years

Princeton Mortgage is expanding its operations with the opening of a National Call Center in Charleston, S.C., and the July 9 launch of a Mortgage Loan Originator Training Class with the goal of employing more than 100 people over the next three years.
 
The Pennington, N.J.-headquartered company also recently named Mark Gordon as Director of Sales, with leadership duties within its new Consumer Direct Division. He was previously Executive Vice President of Sales at Fortren Funding.
 
Princeton Mortgage has been in an expansion mode over the past several months. In June, its Consumer Direct Division was licensed and is now originating loans in a handful of states, with the goal of obtaining national licensing over the next few years. In October, it launched a whole division based in Pittsburgh.

 
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