York Traditions Bank Mortgage Division is now known as Traditions Mortgage
York Traditions Bank announced today that the mortgage services division is now doing business as Traditions Mortgage. Adoption of the Traditions Mortgage DBA name acknowledges the ongoing growth and success of the in-house mortgage team, which includes expansion beyond the York County borders, since its addition to the Bank eight years ago.
“Our community has fully embraced the way we do business and our commitment to our Core Values,” said Eugene Draganosky, President and CEO. “Changing the mortgage division name to Traditions Mortgage emphasizes York Traditions Bank’s ongoing promise to serve the needs of Central Pennsylvania with a full suite of residential mortgage products and a reputation for on-time closings.”
Established in October 2002, York Traditions Bank launched its own mortgage division with two associates in January 2010. Led by Dr. Teresa Gregory, Managing Director of Mortgage Services, the residential mortgage team has expanded to 23 associates and has provided home financing for nearly 5,500 families and individuals. York Traditions Bank is the number one purchase mortgage lender in York County according to production volume data available from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and S&P Global Market Intelligence, a position held for the past five years.
Traditions Mortgage expands footprint to the Capital Region
This week, Traditions Mortgage also opened a loan production office in Camp Hill Borough, Cumberland County, to serve Harrisburg and surrounding areas. Two experienced mortgage Associates joined York Traditions Bank last December and are now based at 3421 Market Street, Camp Hill.
Zachary Kuntz, Regional Sales Manager, has over 15 years of mortgage lending experience and extensive knowledge of the industry. Kuntz served as Sales Manager of the Mortgage Division of Integrity Bank, playing a key role in the growth of their annual mortgage volume. A resident of Mechanicsburg, Zak actively coaches Upwards football & basketball and Upper Allen youth baseball.
Jessie Haller, Mortgage Partner, has worked in the financial services industry for over a decade with institutions such as Integrity Bank and Lancaster Mortgage Company. Haller lives in Enola and is involved in her community through The Highmark Caring Place, a center for grieving children, adolescents and their families.
“This is an exciting week for York Traditions Bank and for the Traditions Mortgage team,” noted Gregory. “Continual growth and consistent success mean that we are able to establish more relationships. Through Traditions Mortgage and an expanded footprint, we can help more Central Pennsylvania residents realize the dream of home ownership.”