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Mortgage Network opens branch in Mass.

Brian Moloney appointed as branch manager

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Mortgage Network expanded its reach in the Northeastern U.S. and opened a new branch office in Quincy, Mass.

Brian Moloney will manage the new location and brings 38 years of experience in the South Shore area of Boston.   

“Today’s home buyers and home owners need all the financing options they can get, and because we have such a large selection of mortgage products, we are constantly looking for markets where borrowers could use more choices,” said Brian Koss, Mortgage Network executive vice president.

“We chose Brian Moloney to manage our new Quincy office because he already has a long track record of service to borrowers and homeowners in the area. With his leadership, we expect to successfully serve the South Shore market for many years to come,” he added. 

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