The Mortgage Bankers Association announced that it welcomed 21 new members into its ranks in the month of December. The additions closed out a strong year of growth for the MBA, which now boasts a membership of more than 2,200 organizations.

The new members include:

  • Allied Advisors – Houston, TX
  • Avenue Bank – Nashville, TN
  • Auburn Bank – Auburn, AL
  • Bank of North Carolina – Greensboro, NC
  • Best Capital Funding – Canoga Park, CA
  • Consumers Credit Union – Oshtemo, MI
  • Envoy Net Lease Partners – Northbrook, IL
  • Evergreen Home Loans – Bellevue, WA
  • Federal Home Loan Bank of Indianapolis – Indianapolis, IN
  • FRB Realty Capital – Washington, DC
  • Genesee Regional Bank – Rochester, NY
  • Landesbank Baden-Wurttemburg – New York, NY
  • Mortgage Master Service Corporation – Kent, WA
  • New York Mortgage Bankers Association – Albany, NY
  • Patch of Land – Los Angeles, CA
  • The Money Source – Melville, NY
  • Town and Country Banc Mortgage Services – Springfield, IL
  • Quantum Capital Partners – Beverly Hills, CA
  • Silverton Mortgage Specialists – Atlanta, GA
  • Societe Generale – New York, NY
  • Wilshire Finance Partners – Mission Viejo, CA

Previously, the MBA added 14 members in November and 31 members in October. Included among that group was TD Bank, Morgan StanleyGeorge Mason MortgageFidelity BankAngel Oak Mortgage Solutions, Pacific Trust Mortgage, and New Oak Asset Management.

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