Scott Bowling Joins Orlando Office of Real Estate Mortgage Network, Inc., as Branch Manager

by 07 Sep 2012

Orlando, FL (September 06, 2012) – Real Estate Mortgage Network, Inc. (REMN), one of the largest, privately held non-bank lenders in the US, is pleased to announce the addition of Scott Bowling to their growing Florida presence. Bowling joins REMN as the Orlando office’s Branch Manager, overseeing a team of 20 REMN associates and will report directly to REMN’s Florida Regional Managers, Christopher Wasinger and Brian Poling.

 

Raised in Clearwater, FL, and a graduate of the University of Florida, Bowling is known in the industry for adhering to the high levels of customer service and attention to detail that REMN has become known for nationwide in the last 20 years. Prior to joining REMN, Bowling held managerial roles with Bank of America, Mercantile Bank and Prospect Mortgage and currently holds the position of Governor of the Central Florida Mortgage Bankers Association.

 

“As REMN continues to grow in the Florida area, it’s important that we have sharp, experienced managers in place to help ensure things run smoothly in our local branches. Scott has lived and worked in Florida nearly all of his life and has an in-depth understanding of the Orlando housing market, making him a great asset to the company as we grow in Orlando,” commented Wasinger.

 

REMN currently employs more than 800 associates in over 40 offices across the country, including Florida locations in Bradenton, Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Palm Coast, Vero Beach and Winter Haven. As a whole, REMN combines the services of consumer facing retail branches with those of a large-scale wholesale brokerage and online channels. In 2011 alone, REMN closed more than $2.3 billion in home loans, solidifying its position as one of the largest independent non-bank lenders in the U.S. 

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