Seattle-based HomeStreet Bank, has expanded its mortgage operations in California, including new loan centers in Elk Grove, Fairfield, Sonoma and Napa.
The Northern California expansion is part of an overall California expansion that also included new loan centers in Campbell and Carmel Valley. The bank opened its first California home loan center in February in Pasadena.
We believe these new locations reflect strong housing markets and economies that provide HomeStreet with a significant opportunity to further expand our home loan business in California, said Rose Marie David, executive vice president and single family lending director for HomeStreet.
HomeStreet Bank, a 92-year-old diversified financial services company, has 23 retail branches and 34 stand-alone home loan centers in the Pacific Northwest, California and Hawaii.
For more details, see www.homestreet.com.
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