One of the country's biggest brokers has expanded in three states.
Allied Home Mortgage Capital Corp., which reported 2004 originations of $12 billion, announced today it opened new branch offices in Lansing, Ill., Long Branch, N.J., and Reno, Nev.
Jerry Saffle, a former executive for Sunset Mortgage Co., manages the Reno office, Allied said, while Alison St. Julien, who previously managed a branch for Challenge Mortgage, will be the branch manager for the Lansing location. The Long Branch office will reportedly be managed by Dawn Wagner, who previously managed a Florida branch for Allied.
The Houston, Texas-based net branch company, which says it is the largest privately held mortgage broker in the country, noted it already operates several locations in each of the states announced today and has 650 offices across the U.S.