The Mortgage Center at Enterprise Bank Celebrates New Office

Photo l-r: Enterprise Banker team members: Alison Burns, Richard Main, Chet Szablak, Julie Copley, Jack Clancy, George Duncan, Diane Silva, Middlesex Register of Deeds Richard Howe Jr., Lowell Mayor William Samaras, Lowell City Manager Eileen Donoghue, Lowell Chamber of Commerce President Danielle McFadden.

 

On August 22, more than 120 community leaders, customers, and Enterprise Bankers gathered to officially cut the ribbon to dedicate The Mortgage Center at Enterprise Bank’s new office. The beautifully renovated street-level office is located at 170 Merrimack Street, at the corner of Merrimack and Palmer Streets.  After several months of renovations, the space now serves as a focal point of the Enterprise Bank downtown Lowell campus.

The new location offers a convenient location for customers to meet with our mortgage team. In addition to the Lowell office, Mortgage Officers work out of all of our 24 branch locations.

Our mortgage team offers programs and services to meet your specific home financing needs, and can guide you through the process from initial exploration of financing options to the final closing transaction. To learn more about mortgage financing with Enterprise Bank, click here.

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