First Savings Mortgage Corporation was once again ranked as the top lender in Washington D.C., taking the title for the second consecutive year, the company said in a press release.
The lenders closed more than $432 million in loans in the District of Columbia alone for the 12-month period ending Sept. 30 2015, according to data compiled by First American Financial Corporation.
“Our in-house processing, underwriting, and closing has allowed us to continue closings within 30 days and provide exceptional service despite all the regulatory changes affecting our industry,” said Larry Pratt, Chairman and CEO of First Savings Mortgage.
Washington D.C. is a hot city to live in, with Redfin recently citing it in its list for the top 10 neighborhoods in 2015.
Woodridge neighborhood in Washington, D.C. ranked tenth on the list with a median sale price of $388,000 and median 26 days on market.