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New Loan Officer

by Press Release
March 30, 2013

GMH Mortgage Services LLC Proudly Announces Expansion of Sales Team with New Loan Officer Ed Moloney Serving the New England Market.

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa., March 27, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- GMH Mortgage Services LLC, a nationally-recognized Mortgage Banker, headquartered in Newtown Square, PA, is pleased to announce the addition of Ed Moloney as a new loan officer in their Boston, Massachusetts branch.

"Ed 's experience, professionalism and dedication is a tremendous asset to us as we continue to expand our team in the New England and Greater Boston markets," stated Frank DiMaio, Senior Vice President of National Retail Sales for GMH Mortgage Services. "Ed is well known in the mortgage industry as a customer-driven professional and his extensive referral network combined with his loyal customer base is second to none. Having worked closely with Ed previously, I have witnessed him rise to become a top tier sales producer of both purchase and refinance mortgage business. Ed is an ideal fit into the GMH Mortgage brand of integrity, dependability and world-class customer service. We are thrilled to have him join our team and continue his phenomenal sales success with GMH Mortgage," finished DiMaio.

Mr. Moloney has over nine years of experience as a mortgage professional. Most recently, Mr. Moloney worked at GMAC Mortgage, where he was a licensed mortgage originator in the Massachusetts market. While at GMAC, Mr. Moloney was ranked as the #1 sales producer within the Retail Division. Prior to this, Mr. Moloney was a mortgage consultant at Family First Mortgage where he was one of the company's top 10 producers.

"The opportunity to work for a professional organization committed to super customer service is tremendously exciting," explained Moloney. "I've built my book of business and my reputation by constantly and continually putting the customer first. GMH Mortgage provides me with a wealth of resources and support systems from all sides of the loan process so I can exceed my customer's expectations and continue to expand into new markets in the New England and Boston areas. I'm looking forward to working with my previous borrowers and introducing them to the GMH Mortgage brand of superior customer service, while I develop new sales channels in the Boston market," finished Moloney.

 

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What a wonderful story about Mr. Maloney. Edward has continuously shown us why he is such an effective leader and promoter in anything in life he believes in. This a great opportunity for a great man. Congratulations Edward, Tom Dumas

- Tom Dumas | 4/2/13 7:25 PM

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