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Greenway Mortgage Opens Consumer-Direct Division

Phil Hall
Nov 27, 2018
Greenway Mortgage, headquartered in Middletown, N.J., has announced the launch of Emerald Home Loans (EHL), a consumer-focused direct division

Greenway Mortgage, headquartered in Middletown, N.J., has announced the launch of Emerald Home Loans (EHL), a consumer-focused direct division.
 
According to the company, EHL will use a digital platform offer loan products for purchase, refinancing, investing and home renovations. EHL will also offer down payment assistance along with jumbo, reverse mortgage, VA, FHA and USDA products.
 
EHL added that its mission involves promoting charities of the borrower’s choice with every loan transaction that it completed.
 
“With Emerald Home Loans, one can make a difference in their neighborhood before their first mortgage payment is due,” the company said in a press statement.

 
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