Company welcomes new teams in Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and North Carolina
Alabama-headquartered Hometown Lenders (HTL) has opened nine new branches across the US, continuing its nationwide growth spurt.
The multi-channel mortgage lender has announced the acquisition of the Chris Rodgers Team, a group of seasoned mortgage advisors based in four locations in Oregon and Washington. The Portland, Ore., branch is led by Tanya Elder; Seattle, Wash., managed by Kieth Hobart; Eugene, Ore., overseen by Jennifer Nunley; and Kennewick, Wash., headed by Christian Albrecht.
Additionally, HTL snapped up new branches in Lake Oswego, Ore. (managed by Doug Jacobson), Albany, Ore. (managed by Tammi Austin), Anchorage, Alaska (managed by Tabitha Scott), and Greenville, NC (managed by Jessica Rutchka Smith).
“We’re excited to welcome the teams in Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and North Carolina to our growing Hometown Lenders family,” said HTL president John Taylor. “We emphasize development not only with volume but also with the right people, and we’re pleased to partner with professionals of the highest caliber who share Hometown Lenders’ core value of people over profits.”
Taylor added that each branch reinforces “HTL’s fundamental commitment to best serve the local hometowns where we live and work across the country. We appreciate our customers who continue to trust HTL with their mortgage lending needs, and our hardworking team looks forward to serving them long into the future.”
The company now has over 100 branch locations, operating in more than 40 states.