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Home Loan Investment Bank Adds Two Loan Officers in Old Greenwich

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Warwick, RI - Home Loan Investment Bank has expanded its residential lending team into southwestern Connecticut and the Metro New York market, with the addition of two established mortgage loan officers. Scott Androvic and Brian Concannon, both formerly of Flagstar Bank, have joined the Home Loan residential lending team as senior loan officers, based in Old Greenwich, Conn.

“I’m pleased to announce this expansion of our residential lending footprint,” said Brian Murphy, Home Loan’s Chairman and CEO. “Scott and Brian are seasoned, trusted lenders who have served Fairfield County and Metro New York for more than a decade. They will be great assets to Home Loan as we pursue our residential lending strategy in this desirable market.”

Scott Androvic brings 10 years of experience in real estate and mortgage lending to the position. Before Home Loan, he was a senior mortgage banker for Flagstar Bank and Federal Savings Bank in Manhattan, and a real estate agent for Kinard Realty Group in Stamford, Conn. A resident of Stamford, Androvic belongs to the Stamford/Greenwich Board of Realtors. Earlier in his career, he served 10 years as a detective in the NYPD, and 6 years in the United States Marine Corps. He lives in Stamford and is a graduate of St. Joseph’s College.

Brian Concannon brings 13 years of experience in real estate and mortgage lending in New York City to the position. Prior to joining Home Loan, Concannon was a senior mortgage banker for Flagstar Bank and Federal Savings Bank in Manhattan. He has also worked as a real estate agent for NextStopNY. He is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York and the Brooklyn Board of Realtors. A resident of Queens, N.Y., Concannon is a graduate of St. Joseph’s College. Earlier in his career, he served as a firefighter and a police officer.




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