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Towne Realty Group Enters Agreement with First Choice Loan Services

Daniel Cannizzo, Karen Bigos and Tom Wragg

Short Hills, NJ - October 14, 2013 - Managing partners, Karen Eastman Bigos and Daniel Cannizzo of Towne Realty Group, Short Hills, are excited to announce their new affiliation with Tom Wragg, of First Choice Loan Services, Inc., a direct and national mortgage lender, owned and operated by First Choice Bank.

Tom Wragg, from Westfield, NJ, has worked in the mortgage business for over 10 years.  Licensed across the country, there is a broad opportunity for Tom to find the most appropriate lending solution for any home purchase or refinance.

First Choice Loan Services, Inc.  is proud to be an authorized lender for the team and staff of the NY JETS and Costco, among many other corporate clients. As an additional benefit, Tom often travels to assist a prospective client with his or her loan. When Tom made the decision to join forces with TRG, owner Karen Bigos said, "We are delighted to have Tom as our in-house loan officer. He is a go-getter who works tirelessly to make sure that all of his clients are satisfied. I have seen him in action and I have complete confidence in his ability to keep our transactions together with his expertise from loan application, to appraisal, to underwriting and finally to closing.

First Choice Loan Services, Inc. is licensed or registered as required, nationally except in New Hampshire.  First Choice is also a national FHA and VA lender, and also has the ability to lend to foreign nationals (with some restrictions).  First Choice Loan Services, Inc. offers a wide range of product solutions, including construction financing directly to homeowners who are looking to build a new home.

With over a decade of national mortgage experience, Tom has the tools and resources to provide his borrowers and clients with the ideal mortgage solution.  His goal is to exceed your expectations in terms of personalized service, interest rate and the associated settlement costs for each transaction.

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