An Oklahoma native, Hopkins brings in 30 years of experience in the industry — a witness to the transition of the housing market in Oklahoma in the last three decades.
“After 30 years in this industry, I chose to become a part of HomeBridge’s expansion into Oklahoma City because I honestly believe in the value it brings to home buyers, developers and realtors in our local community,” Hopkins said. “As rates fluctuate and our local economy continues to improve, HomeBridge offers the speed and flexibility home buyers and builders need in our rapidly evolving real estate market.”
As one of the largest and fastest-growing independent mortgage lenders in the country, HomeBridge believes in its capacity to provide “the speed, security and diverse, flexible options needed in Oklahoma City’s changing housing market.”
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HomeBridge has a new home in Oklahoma under the wing of industry veteran Clay Hopkins, according to a news release.