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Primary Residential Mortgage Expands Footprint in Utah

commercial-two1Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. (PRMI), headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, recently announced it has expanded its footprint in Utah with the opening of a new branch in Orem.

The new office location will be under the management of Jim Hoggan, Christopher Jensen, and Julie Crow. The addition of this branch makes it the 14th location in Utah.

“We are thrilled to be opening up this branch in our own backyard,” said Dave Zitting, President and CEO of PRMI. “This management team has more than 60 years of experience between them, they are experts in our industry and we are pleased they have joined our PRMI team to help our neighbors achieve home ownership.”

PRMI plans to continue expanding its presence nationwide with a goal of 15 new branch openings over the next three months. As with its nearly 300 other branches located in 49 states across the nation, this PRMI branch will offer a wide variety of mortgage lending services including reverse mortgages, government lending, purchase, and refinance, as well as commercial and residential.

PRMI was founded in 1998 by Dave Zitting, Jeff Zitting, and Steve Chapman. PRMI has evolved into a nationwide, multi-billion dollar operation with over 1,800 employees working in more than 250 branches. The company is licensed in 49 states and serves all segments of the market. PRMI is a privately held, debt-free company that focuses primarily on traditional residential loan products.

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