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Mortgage Connect expands with Texas office

Growth spurs need for new central national office

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Mortgage Connect is expanding its operations to Dallas, Texas.

The Pittsburgh, Penn.-based company, one of the leading closing services, says that this centrally located operational center will enable Mortgage Connect to service growing demand and to better serve its national clients.

“The closing process is crucial to loan quality, brand protection, and expanding the consumer relationship downstream,” said Jeff Coury, chief executive officer, Mortgage Connect. “Delivering a reliable, compliant, scripted process supported by highly seasoned and certified signing agents has allowed us to grow quickly and organically, creating the need for a centrally Mortgage Connect attributes much of its growth to its consumer-centric closing process that elevates the experience through transparency, consistency and communication.”

The company’s clients include the nation’s largest lenders.

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