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Angel Oak Home Loans Opens 3 New Branches

David Krechevsky
Dec 02, 2021
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Continues expansion in Western U.S. with new branches in California, Nevada & Utah.

Angel Oak Home Loans, a full-service retail mortgage lender, today announced the opening of new branches in Aptos, Calif.; Carson City, Nev., and Salt Lake City, Utah. The branches are led by Mark Junod, Sean Kiernan and John Newman, respectively. The Salt Lake City location will be under Angel Oak’s consumer direct division and the team is actively looking to hire inside sales professionals.

“We are staying true to our promise of providing innovative loan products to borrowers in need throughout the Western region,” said Mac Cregger, senior vice president and divisional manager at Angel Oak Home Loans. “As the U.S. housing market continues to heat up, prospective home buyers need a quick and efficient closing process, which is Angel Oak’s specialty. These three branches serve as a testament to our ability to provide loans that resonate with almost any qualified borrower, anywhere.”

Angel Oak continues to execute its strategic expansion plan throughout the Western U.S. Since the plan’s inception in September 2020, Angel Oak has opened numerous branches across the country, focusing on serving regions of growth that need innovative loan products.

Angel Oak’s variety of mortgage products provide a personalized solution for its diverse client base, the company said. Alongside the its traditional offerings, Angel Oak provides an assortment of non-traditional products for individuals who do not meet the strict lending requirements of banks.

“We take great pride in ensuring that our customers get the best mortgage product to meet their needs,” says Richard LaNasa, president of Angel Oak Home Loans. “The home-buying experience is one of the most important events of anyone’s life. We take into account that every client is unique in their needs, and our products aim to match the goals of each individual to ensure customer satisfaction. Every homebuyer should make sure they work with a lender who can assist on all levels of the experience in a highly personalized way.”

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