Bala Cynwyd, Pa. (PRWEB) November 25, 2013
Allied Mortgage Group, a leading mortgage banker based in Bala Cynwyd, Pa, has announced today the opening of its newest sales and operations center in Cranston, Rhode Island to serve the residential home loan needs of homebuyers and Realtors in New England.
The regional center will be managed by Christene Comolli who will manage the day-to-day operation of the new regional center including all mortgage originations and client management.
“Christene is an industry veteran. She has been built a phenomenal reputation helping homeowners and serving Realtors throughout her career,” said Bob Wexler, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives. “We are pleased to support Christene in opening this new office. Under her leadership, we will be able to help bring home finance solutions to many new customers and business partners in New England.”
Prior to joining Allied Mortgage Group, Ms. Comolli served as Vice President of Randolph Savings Bank where she was responsible for all residential lending for the Bank. Ms. Comolli also served in various other management and executive roles in both sales and operations in her 25 year career.
Ms. Comolli will be growing the office by hiring highly skilled Loan Officers and support staff to ensure the best possible experience for customers of Allied.
“I joined Allied Mortgage Group because of their deep industry experience, solid reputation and company culture of supporting Loan Officers. Our goal is to build relationships one at a time and provide the best service available. Allied Mortgage Group has been serving consumers, Realtors and builders for more than 20 years. I am excited to be part of this endeavor,” said Christene Comolli.
About Allied Mortgage Group: Allied Mortgage Group is a 20-year-old mortgage lender that serves consumers, mortgage brokers and financial institutions with a history of responsible lending. Founded in 1993, Allied Mortgage Group is headquartered in Bala Cynwyd, Pa, and is licensed in 28 states with 7 offices serving local communities. More information is available at http://www.alliedmg.com/.