PORTLAND, Maine — Residential Mortgage Services is pleased to announce that Liz Monaghan has joined Residential Mortgage Services, Inc. Liz Monaghan has owned Monaghan Mortgage since 2004 and has been in the mortgage industry for 30 years.
Liz has been a consistent high level producer throughout her mortgage career and has earned the designation of Certified Mortgage Counselor and Certified Mortgage Planning Specialist. She specializes in first time home buyers, wealth and credit building, and investment properties. Liz will continue to originate mortgages and will manage the Portland branch located at 154 York Street and is excited to be part of RMS.
Liz can be reached at the Portland office at 207-761-0100, email at Liz.Monaghan@RMSmortgage.com or online at www.RMSmortgage.com/LizMonaghan.
“We are committed to building a team of the best Mortgage Bankers in the Markets we serve,” said RMS CEO James Seely in a press release. “Liz brings a wealth of knowledge to the table, and we are confident she is going to do a great job serving the needs of our clients and prospective clients throughout the greater Portland area.”
Residential Mortgage Services, Inc. (NMLS #1760) is a leading independent retail mortgage bank based in South Portland, ME and currently operating in five Northeastern states. The Company is currently the largest “purchase money” lender in the Maine and New Hampshire markets, is a top five player in the Massachusetts purchase market, and has a growing presence in Rhode Island and Connecticut. Through its network of over 30 regional field offices located throughout New England, the professionals at RMS strive to make the “last mile” of home ownership as simple and straightforward as possible. Thousands of families have relied on the Company’s expert advice, broad product selection, and high level of personal attention to achieve their home ownership dreams. Since 2010, RMS has closed over 24,000 loans with an aggregate value in excess of $5.3 billion. For more information, please visit www.rmsmortgage.com.
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