Contour Mortgage set up our first head office in Auburn Massachusetts in 1993 on Route 20. We have maintained our mortgage license in Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts for many years and currently have branch offices in Hamdon, CT and Waterford, CT.
We bring a full product of mortgage services to the region and are expanding the base in the three states by hiring local loan offices who have strong ties to the local communities. Particularly in the home purchase business, it is important to know the local nuances and regulations within each community and having a local presence is therefore important to the success and efficient process of closing a mortgage loan.
James F. Ryder, Jr. is our New England Regional Manager and charged with heading up the expansion. Jim came to Contour with over 20 years of operational, sales, and recruiting experience. The goal is to provide every customer with the best possible experience through the home buying and refinancing process.
James F. Ryder Jr
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1068 Hartford Tpk.,
Waterford, CT 06385
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