Real Estate Mortgage Network, Inc. (REMN), who are one of the largest privately held non-bank lenders in the US, has just announced the opening of a new retail location in Burlington, VT. The new Burlington office will be staffed by local lending experts who will be able to bring REMN’s mortgage products to real estate professionals and residents throughout New England.
The new office will be overseen by Area Manager, Matt Hemphill, who is a New England native with more than 20 years of industry experience. Working alongside Hemphill will be a team of local mortgage industry professionals, all of whom are veterans of the New England real estate industry. Joining Hemphill are new associates John Blouin, Lorene Butler, Barbara Holzel, Kim Negron, Elizabeth Porzucek, Henry Rackliff and Terryann Stein, who will be working as Mortgage Loan Originators. This team will be supported by experienced Mortgage Loan Processors Kelly Bellinger and Donna Bigger, ensuring mortgage applicants receive the high level of customer service for which REMN is renowned.
Doug Tarta, North-East Regional Manager for REMN had this to say about the new office: “Vermont, along with the New England area in general, represents great opportunities for REMN. We are well known in the national real estate community for providing quality mortgages bundled with top rate customer service and the same will hold true for this new office.”
The new Burlington office is located at 1795 Williston Road, Suite 330, South Burlington, and anyone interested in setting up an appointment with a REMN mortgage professional can call 802-318-4564 or can schedule a meeting through their website.
REMN has more than 30 retail offices licensed to originate loans across the continental US, combining the services of a customer facing retail branch with those of a large-scale wholesale brokerage and online channels. Their online consumer direct division does business as FinanceMyHome.com. The company employs more than 600 people in 14 different states, and in 2011 closed more than $2.3 billion in home loans. It is renowned as being one of the largest independent non-bank lenders in the country.