Mortgage Master opens Illinois branch

by MPA31 Mar 2014
Mortgage Master is expanding its footprint in the Midwest by opening a new branch office in Northbrook, Ill. The new branch is Mortgage Master’s fourth in the Greater Chicago area and its fifth in the Midwest region.

Mortgage Master has tapped industry veterans Jorden Brok and Brett Lotsoff as co-branch managers for the new office. Brok and Lostoff have racked up nearly $2 billion in combined loan volume.

“We are extremely lucky to have Jorden and Brett, both exceptional leaders and mortgage origination professionals, join Mortgage Master to build our business and brand in this important Midwest market,” said Paul Anastos, president of Mortgage Master. “Business and excitement is already building about the Northbrook office, which is off to a fast start in helping borrowers purchase or refinance a home while interest rates are still historically low. Their leadership skills will help Mortgage Master continue to deliver dynamic service and the best possible pricing to borrowers in Chicagoland and throughout the Midwest.”

“The opening this new branch is a fantastic opportunity not only for me, but for the Midwest region”, said Brok. “Mortgage Master is committed to offering borrowers some of best pricing and service throughout the U.S. This model, coupled with my goal of fully understanding a borrower’s goals and needs, is a perfect fit for me to continue to help clients find the right mortgage solution for their current situation for either a purchase or refinance transaction.”

“Jorden and I have worked together for 17 years, and we are excited to become part of one of the leading and most responsible mortgage lenders in the country,” Lotsoff said. “…We have a deep knowledge of our local markets, particularly the needs of jumbo borrowers, and with Mortgage Master’s full-suite of lending solutions and exceptional operational infrastructure we can better and faster meet local borrowers’ needs when making a decision to either purchase a new house or refinance an existing one.”


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