Mortgage Network Taps New Branch Leader

Mortgage Network Inc.,one of the largest independent mortgage lenders in the eastern U.S., is pleased to announce that Beth Vega Wittman is now the branch manager of the company’s Mansfield, Massachusetts office.

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Based in Danvers, Massachusetts, Mortgage Network is celebrating its 30th year in business.  The company has grown to over 400 employees, with 40 branch offices licensed in 27 states. The company provides a full array of residential mortgage products, from conventional and non-conventional loans to FHA and VA loans to mortgage refinances and reverse mortgages.  Mortgage Network is more focused and agile than many larger competitors, which allows the company to provide a high level of service to its customers and its business and referral partners.

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Wittman (NMLS# 49745) has over 25 years of mortgage banking experience. Prior to joining Mortgage Network, she served as branch manager at Residential Mortgage Services.  Wittman’s background in consumer lending and credit reporting provides an additional layer of knowledge and expertise for her clients. Over the years she has helped thousands of clients finance the purchase of their homes and is very familiar with the guidelines of today’s marketplace offerings, including FHA, USDA, VA, MassHousing and jumbo specialty programs.

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“Given her track record and long experience in the Metrowest real estate market, we’re confident Beth will be a great addition to our office,” said Brian Koss, executive vice president of Mortgage Network.

“Mortgage Network has a very genuine culture and is well-known for its superior customer service,” Wittman said. “The company has a great reputation with customers as well as in the industry, and we will continue to build on that in the Metrowest area. The large variety of programs we offer, along with local processing and underwriting, enables us to provide clients with the absolute best options available. Helping someone purchase their home, whether it’s a $60,000 condo or a multimillion dollar home, is what is important to me.”

“The Metrowest area is one of the most competitive housing markets in the nation, so prospective homebuyers have to be well prepared,” Wittman added. “The best way to do that is to get prequalified for a mortgage before starting the home hunting process.”