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Bank of Commerce Mortgage Named "Top Mortgage Banker" in San Luis Obispo County for 2012
By: PR Newswire
Feb. 12, 2013 11:42 AM
SAN RAMON, Calif., Feb. 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Bank of Commerce Mortgage (BOCM), a leading provider of mortgage services in the Western United States, is pleased to announce their San Luis Obispo office finished as the top "non-deposit taking mortgage banker" in San Luis Obispo County.
Of all the non deposit taking mortgage bankers in the County – BOCM was #1 in three areas: #1 in purchase units, #1 in refinance units and #1 in total units. These numbers were based upon reporting supplied by CoreLogic®, a worldwide provider of real estate, mortgage, consumer and specialized business data and analytics.
Ron Penir, BOCM Regional Vice President for Central California, comments, "We have outstanding mortgage professionals in San Luis Obispo, who have built a strong reputation serving the needs of real estate professionals, individual homebuyers and builders. Our staff offers expertise in every area of mortgage lending and we work very hard to be responsive and to meet the various requirements of all our clients."
There are eight mortgage loan consultants on the San Luis Obispo team: Ben Lerner, Bill Mott, Rick Kirk, Dave Wilson, Tim Robinson, Landon Spitler, Jim Greenway and Kevin Cunningham. The main office is located at: 733 Marsh Street, Suite 200 in San Luis Obispo, CA. To contact the main office: phone (805) 548-8180. There is also a satellite office located in Paso Robles, CA.
Bank of Commerce Mortgage has financed home loans since 1984 and operates in 23 locations. BOCM was named one of the Top Work Places in the Bay Area for 2012. http://www.mercurynews.com/topworkplaces.
About Bank of Commerce Mortgage:
Media Contact:Scott Harris
SOURCE Bank of Commerce Mortgage
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