Skip to main content

Hometown Lenders Adds 3 New Branches

David Krechevsky
Mar 29, 2022
Hometown Lenders has named Kriss Bates division manager for the company’s West Coast Production team

Adds two branches in Washington state and one in Connecticut.

Huntsville, Ala.-based Hometown Lenders has announced three new branches across the U.S. 

HTL said it recently added three new locations: a branch in Westport, Conn., managed by Moshe Niv; a branch in Spokane, Wash., managed by Steven Di Lucca, and a branch in Walla Walla, Wash., managed by Dustin Brown. 

A rapidly growing mortgage lender, HTL said it selectively identifies and meticulously reviews established, well-respected mortgage lenders who have earned the trust of families in their respective local communities over time. Utilizing this vetting process, HTL decides which existing lenders are ideal fits to become new branches of Hometown Lenders.

"We're excited to welcome the teams in Washington and Connecticut to our Hometown Lenders family,” said HTL President John Taylor. “We emphasize growth not only with volume, but also with the right people, and we're pleased to add another partner of the highest caliber who shares Hometown Lenders' core values.”

Taylor said that with each branch added, “HTL's core commitment is reinforced to best serve the local hometowns in which we live and work across the United States. We appreciate the customers that continue to choose Hometown for their mortgage lending needs and look forward to serving them long into the future." 

HTL now has over 100 branch locations and is doing business in more than 40 states.

Mar 29, 2022
RMF: Payments Going Out In The Next 24 Hours

Company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week.

Industry News
Dec 06, 2022
Bankruptcy Court Approves RMF Requests

Payments to reverse mortgage borrowers to resume.

Industry News
Dec 05, 2022
Redfin Adds Zoning Data For More Than 70M Homes

Real estate brokerage teamed with Zoneomics to educate buyers on zoning implications.

Industry News
Dec 05, 2022
Guild Mortgage Acquires Inlanta Mortgage

Guild CEO says acquisition is part of broader plans to expand nationwide.

Industry News
Dec 02, 2022
Ohio Couple Sues Mr. Cooper Unit Over Loan Modification Denial

Seek class action status over denial of COVID-19

Industry News
Dec 01, 2022
Ready Life Changing The Homebuying Narrative

CEO says that the credit score system is an out-of-date barrier to people of color

Industry News
Nov 30, 2022