Mortgage Network Opens New Branch Office in Salem, New Hampshire
March 22, 2016 – DANVERS, MA – Mortgage Network Inc., one of the largest independent mortgage lenders in the eastern U.S., announced it has opened a branch office in Salem, New Hampshire. Like other Mortgage Network branch offices, the Salem branch will focus on helping borrowers with their home financing needs by providing a full range of mortgage products, including conventional, non-conventional, government and reverse residential mortgage loans.
Located at 130 Main Street in downtown Salem, the new office is open during normal business hours Monday through Friday and on Saturday by appointment. The branch is licensed to do business in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Maine.
The office will be managed by Martha Harvey (NMLS #33096), previously branch manager of Mortgage Network’s Westford, Massachusetts office. A veteran mortgage professional with more than 25 years of experience, Harvey joined Mortgage Network in 2007 after serving as a loan officer at Countrywide and North American Mortgage. Joining Harvey at the Salem office is loan officer David Barbato (NMLS #1206699), who previously served as a loan officer in the Westford branch, in addition to an operations staff of four people.
“Our Salem office is perfectly located to reach borrowers in southern New Hampshire and north of Boston who are in need of greater home financing options,” said Brian Koss, Mortgage Network executive vice president. “We chose Martha to lead this office due to her proven leadership skills and impeccable customer service record. We look forward to serving the Salem community for many years to come.”
Based in Danvers, Massachusetts, Mortgage Network provides mortgage banking services in more than 20 states through a wide variety of retail offices built to fit each local market. Mortgage Network is more focused and agile than many larger competitors, which allows the company to provide a high level of service to its customers and its business and referral partners.
Harvey said real estate prices in Salem and north of Boston are within reach of many first-time buyers, but that new federal regulations have made the lending process more complicated. “While the market is improving, most people have trouble figuring out what they need to get approved,” Harvey said. “Thankfully, Mortgage Network has the systems and support I need to guide borrowers through the process as painlessly as possible. Whether they are buying their first home, moving into a bigger home, or refinancing an existing mortgage, we are ready to help local residents achieve their home financing goals.”
Harvey can be reached at 508-320-5409 and by email at MHarvey@MortgageNetwork.com.
About Mortgage Network, Inc.
Based in Danvers, Massachusetts, Mortgage Network, Inc. is one of the largest, privately held independent mortgage companies in the eastern U.S. region. The company is licensed to do business in 26 states and has more than 400 employees and 40 branch offices. Mortgage Network provides a full range of residential mortgage products, including conventional and non-conventional loans, FHA and VA loans, mortgage refinancing and reverse mortgages, while offering borrowers a unique combination of experience, product development, and commitment to great service. According to a customer survey conducted from December 2012 through January 2016, more than 98 percent of customers would recommend Mortgage Network to friends and family members. Founded in 1988 by Robert McInnes and Albert Paré III, Mortgage Network can be found online at www.mortgagenetwork.com and followed on Twitter at @MNETMortgage.