The largest net branch recently got larger.
Allied Home Mortgage Capital Corp. announced it opened four branches last week, of which three are in cities it previously did not have a presence in.
The Texas-based mortgage broker stepped into Searcy, Ark., Woodbury, N.J. and Albany, Ga., and expanded its presence in Annapolis, Md., according to press releases.
The four new offices bring its number of branches opened this year to 38.
Allied, self-described as the "largest privately held mortgage banker/broker in the U.S., with more than 650 offices operating in 49 states and the United States Virgin Islands," says it funded over $12 billion in loans in 2004.