Mortgage Network, Inc. Opens New Office in Columbia

September 12, 2007

COLUMBIA, SC –  September 12, 2007 – Mortgage Network, Inc. is proud to announce its new Columbia location, a full-service office on Devine Street in Five Points. Clint Hammond, Loan Officer, opened the Columbia location after intense training in Danvers, MA and Hilton Head, SC. 

Clint was born in Columbia and grew up here. He attended Irmo High School and then went on to Wofford College where he received a bachelor’s degree in Economics in 2000.  After eight months of training for his current position with Mortgage Network, Inc. in Boston, Clint continued training in the Hilton Head branch under the company’s most successful Loan Officer. 

In February 2005, he opened the Columbia branch of Mortgage Network, Inc. and it has been growing ever since. Clint is an active member of the Greater Columbia Homebuilders Association and many other groups in the Columbia area.

The Grand Opening Celebration was held Thursday, August 16th at the office on Devine St. With over 75 people in attendance, the reception was well-received by all. 

Mortgage Network’s Senior Loan Officer for the Southeastern Division, David Crowell, said, “Clint Hammond is one of the most exciting young men to have joined our company in the past several years. We really believe that his strong roots in the Columbia community, combined with our strength as mortgage bankers, will make for a great success. We are accustomed to being the premier lender in our chosen markets. Our volume and strength allows us to access mortgage capital directly on Wall Street. Our clients are guaranteed best rates at all times.”

About Mortgage Network, Inc.
Mortgage Network is Private Mortgage Bank with in-house funding and underwriting. It is one of the industry’s most respected companies. There are now 250 employees and 16 retail offices in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Florida, South Carolina and Georgia, in addition to a wholesale office in Portland, Maine. In the next five to seven years, they hope to grow the company to $20 billion in loans per year.