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Little Falls – NJ Lenders Corp., a tri-state area mortgage company privately owned and licensed as a residential mortgage banker, is celebrating its 25th year of business. The company, said a spokesperson, is proud to have a 25-year commitment to providing homeownership through its dedication to its clients and their needs to purchase or refinance homes. Founded in 1991, the company currently originates mortgage loans in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland and Florida. With seven offices and more than $20 billion in closed mortgage loans, its track record of success can be seen in its client retention rates. More than that 70 percent of NJ Lenders Corp. mortgage loans are currently derived from previous customer referrals. "Our customers have choices and they continue to choose us, year after year," said NJ Lenders Corp. President Glenn Durr. "Our loan officers have earned their reputations by recognizing and responding to what’s important to our borrowers. We are not only defined by our competitive rates and broad product offering, we focus on ensuring a best in class customer experience by partnering with our clients to help guide them to the right mortgage solution that best fits their goal." Over the last 10 years, shifts in the U.S. economy as well as the recession and housing crash caused many lenders to have difficulty staying afloat. Durr described that NJ Lenders Corp. was able to remain steadfast during this economic climate because of the knowledge, expertise and service of their experienced employees. Durr said, "Whether purchasing a home for the first time, or taking a new ...
NJ Lenders was recently recognized by NJBiz.com as the #3 Lender on the "New Jersey's Top Mortgage Banker and Brokers List 2015". NJBiz Magazine is a leading source for news and information about New Jersey businesses and is published daily on the organizations website, as well as weekly in print. Every year, following a careful review of the New Jersey Banking and Financial Services Industries, the magazine issues a list of the top performing companies.