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Mortgage Contracting Services Celebrates 5-Year Anniversary in Ruston, Louisiana

shutterstock_561095134Mortgage Contracting Services, LLC (MCS) a national-wide company servicing the mortgage industry is celebrating the five-year anniversary of the company's Ruston, Louisiana, office.

"Our Ruston location has thrived over the last five years," said Caroline Reaves, CEO of MCS, which in addition to Ruston, has offices in Lewisville, Texas, and Tampa, Florida, "Our initial five-year hiring goal for this office was 90 employees, and I'm proud that we surpassed that goal and we are so appreciative of the support that Ruston has given us."

In 2012, MCS’s Ruston office had 18 employees. Since then, it has grown to more than 120 full-time employees, including 19 in key leadership positions. Since 2012, MCS has also doubled the size of its facilities, which now measure 20,000-square-feet.

The company attributes the success of the Louisiana office to a positive company culture and access to well-educated employees from local colleges.

"We are a service-focused company, so investing in our talent has been critical to our success," said Chad Mosley, COO of MCS' Solutions Division. "The outstanding service our Ruston employees provide differentiates us from competitors. We are excited to continue to build upon this momentum over the next five years."

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