Rockville, MD (PRWEB) January 28, 2014 New Jersey -based residential mortgage lender First Choice Loan Services, Inc. , a wholly owned subsidiary of First Choice Bank , announced the addition of Brendan “Brent” Kluge as vice president and director of the national renovation loan platform. Kluge brings 19 years of mortgage industry experience with him to First Choice. He previously served as the vice president of Equitable Trust Mortgage Corporation , senior vice president of the renovation program of New Penn Financial and president of the Kluge Group . Kluge found several convincing reasons to become a part of First Choice Loan Services, Inc. “The culture of this company clearly demonstrates strong values, respectable ethics, outstanding professionalism and a high level of integrity,” Kluge said. “From the top of the organization all the way down, the experience is consistent. All of these characteristics create an environment that opens up incredible opportunities for everyone who works there and all of those whom they serve.” President and CEO Norman Koenigsberg is proud to bring loan professionals like Kluge to the First Choice team. “Brent’s knowledge and expertise in the field of renovation loan programs will help us to continue to enhance this already strong part of our work,” said Koenigsberg. “With our recent recognition as a Top Tech Savvy Lender and Servicer by Mortgage Technology and our induction into the Ellie Mae Hall of Fame , great things are happening at First Choice. It’s an excellent time for Brent to join us, and we are excited to have him serving with us on the First Choice team.” Before his work in the mortgage industry, Kluge served as an Officer in the US Army , both as a medevac pilot and in the Special Forces. He is a licensed HUD 203K Consultant and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Liberty University . Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/01/prweb11527909.htm
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