Mortgage Master Expands in Connecticut by Opening New Retail Branch in Simsbury

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Dan Rosenfeld named new branch manager to help borrowers in the Greater Hartford Area.

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Mortgage Master, a super-regional mortgage bank and one of the Country’s largest privately-owned mortgage companies, announced today it has opened a new retail branch location in Simsbury, Connecticut to cover the communities of the Greater Hartford area. Mortgage Master, the leader in Massachusetts in terms of residential loan production in 2012 (bank or mortgage banker), is committed to expanding its successful model in Connecticut. Mortgage Master now has seven retail branch offices in Connecticut, including Fairfield, Greenwich, Hamden, Southington, Glastonbury and West Hartford.

Dan Rosenfeld was recently named Branch Manager of the new Simsbury office, where he will work alongside all Mortgage Master partners with real estate agents, accountants, lawyers and other referral partners to provide borrowers some of the lowest rates available and highest quality service. In addition, Mr. Rosenfeld will work to grow Mortgage Master’s newest branch by hiring experienced loan officers to help borrowers purchase or refinance a home.

The new office, which is located at 8 Wilcox Street, Suite D, Simsbury, CT, will offer high quality mortgage lending services to borrowers in Simsbury and surrounding communities.

“Simsbury is the perfect location to open our newest location in Central Connecticut,” commented Paul Anastos, President of Mortgage Master. “Dan Rosenfeld, who is a well-respected leader, and the Simsbury branch will increase our already significant presence in Hartford and the surrounding communities. Our branch in West Harford, which is led by Patricia Vautour and Eric Bogdan, and our Southington branch, which is led by Jim Earl and Linda Stuckman, have been offering borrowers the best possible pricing and service in the area since 1992 and 2006, respectively.”

Mr. Rosenfeld has over 25 years of real estate and mortgage lending experience. He is a lifelong Connecticut resident and resides in Avon with his wife and two children. He holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Hartford, and he has consistently been ranked among the leading mortgage professionals in Greater Hartford and Connecticut.

“The opening of the Simsbury branch is very exciting, and I look forward to serving Simsbury and the Greater Hartford communities,” added Dan Rosenfeld. “Finding the best loan program that is suited for a family or individual’s needs is my first priority. As a lifetime resident of the area, I am eager to help borrowers with the greatest financial decision of their lives.”

To contact Dan Rosenfeld, please call 860-658-4950, or email drosenfeld(at)mortgagemaster(dot)com.

About Mortgage Master

Mortgage Master, Inc. was founded in 1988 by Mr. Leif Thomsen and has become one of the country's largest independently owned mortgage companies. In 2012, the company funded over $7.3 billion in mortgage loans. Mortgage Master has built its business by generating significant efficiencies in its origination and operational infrastructure, and delivering the cost and time savings on to borrowers in the form of some of the lowest pricing and best in class service.

Mortgage Master employs more than 700 employees nationwide, with approximately 250 loan experts, many ranked as the top 200 loan officers by dollar volume in the U.S. Mortgage Master is licensed in 22 states and the District of Columbia, with key branches in California, Connecticut, Illinois, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Rhode Island. The company has 33 branch offices and 4 operation centers. For more information on Mortgage Master please visit

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