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Total Mortgage Services expands Northeast presence

Actively recruits new loan officers

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Total Mortgage Services is expanding its core presence in the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York.

The lender is actively recruiting loan officers with the ability to maintain relationships with past customers, Realtors, builders and financial advisors.  

"With the backdrop of declining origination volumes, increased regulations and pending industry consolidation, mortgage production professionals should conduct an in-depth evaluation to determine if they are working at the right mortgage lender," said John Walsh, president of Total Mortgage.  

"This evaluation process for loan officers is becoming more critical as the QM rule goes into effect on January 10, 2014, becoming the new standard for the mortgage industry," Walsh concluded. 

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