In Michigan, ""Main Street Bank"":mainstreetbankmi.com/ is expanding its mortgage banking operations. The financial institution recently announced the opening of a new mortgage office in downtown Rochester.[IMAGE]
Based in Bingham Farms, Main Street cited its ongoing mission to provide local mortgage expertise to area residents as the chief[COLUMN_BREAK]
catalyst behind the new mortgage branch. Currently, the bank has mortgage-specific locations in Northville and Clinton Township.
Commenting on Main Street's decision to launch its Rochester-based mortgage banking office, the company's president and co-founder, Jeffrey Kopelman, said, ""When we decided to move into the Rochester market, we assembled the largest, most experienced mortgage team of any community bank in the immediate area, and one that was highly familiar with current market trends and area resident's current needs.""
Continuing his statements on Main Street's key objectives, Kopleman added, ""Our attention to personal service sets us apart.""
Main Street was founded in 2005, and the financial institution serves small to midsize businesses and individuals, with an emphasis on personalized banking through a broad spectrum of products. Additionally, Main Street seeks to create initiatives that support both Michigan and the region of the state that the bank caters to.