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Irongate Home Finance To Open Corporate Headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina

02/26/2014
Irongate Home Finance, a home mortgage company, will open its corporate headquarters in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, in April 2014. The company leased 21,000 square feet of office space in the First Citizens building located at 128 S. Tryon Street.

The firm plans to create approximately 125 new jobs over the next 18 months and continue to grow by 75 to 100 jobs per year through 2019. According to Charlotte Chamber, positions will include mortgage loan officers, processors, quality assurance analysts, compliance officers and support staff. The company will hire only top tier, experienced talent and will set itself apart from the industry with an unwavering focus on quality, consistency and loyalty to borrowers, employees and banking partners.

“As the second-largest banking center in the country, Charlotte appealed to us because of its abundant and diverse labor force with business expertise and reasonable lease rates in Center City. We have had a very positive experience working with Cassidy Turley, Osprey SA, CNP Technologies, Redline Design Group, Aerotek, Heartland Construction, the Charlotte Chamber and others,” said Mark Marashlian, CEO of Irongate Home Finance.

Founded by former UBS and JPMorgan Chase executives, Irongate Home Finance will maintain its corporate headquarters in Charlotte while expanding into at least five regional offices over the next five years, which will represent the company’s national footprint, Chamber officials said.

“Irongate’s decision to open its corporate headquarters in Charlotte reaffirms the strength of the city’s financial services sector,” said Bob Morgan, Charlotte Chamber President. “The new jobs created by Irongate’s growth will further strengthen our housing market while providing top quality positions for skilled workers.”

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