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HomeBridge Makes Expansion into a Midwest Chicago Suburb

by Rachel Mazanec

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Matt McInerney

Focused on expansion in the Midwest, HomeBridge Financial Services, Inc. (HomeBridge) opened a new office in Naperville, a suburb of Chicago. Branch manager Matt McInerney led the opening of HomeBridge’s Chicago office with Steve Stapleton joining the company as senior vice president with a focus on recruiting top talent for further expansion across the central states region.

McInerney is a Naperville native and seasoned mortgage professional who has accumulated over the years experience and expertise working with local home buyers and housing industry professionals. A Princeton University graduate, McInerney returned to Naperville and where he has been recognized for his leadership skills and the high level of customer service he provides his clients.

“HomeBridge is a perfect fit for in the greater Chicagoland area. As a national, independent mortgage lender, we have the flexibility and background to assist self-employed individuals with their mortgage needs and at the same time, the ability to work with more traditional home buyers who are purchasing their first home or looking to refinance an existing property,” said McInerney.

As one of the faster growing mortgage specific lenders in the industry, HomeBridge is well known for its dedication to customer service throughout the home finance process. HomeBridge is a well-capitalized and independent mortgage lender that is able to handle both the traditional types of loans expected of a leading mortgage provider, as well as the jumbo mortgage needs of the Chicago area’s self-employed.

HomeBridge’s Naperville office is located at 15 West Jefferson Avenue. Appointments can be made online at www.homebridge.com/branch/naperville or by calling (331) 215-7316. More information on HomeBridge, including branch locations and contact information, can be found online at www.homebridge.com.

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