May 13, 2016, Tempe, Arizona—A who’s-who of Arizona business leaders gathered Tuesday, May 10th to help Cenlar FSB mark the opening of their new Tempe, AZ Operations Center. The nation’s leading mortgage subservicer, Cenlar’s expansion to Tempe comes in response to rapid growth in their business. The new facility expands the company’s footprint to six locations, one in Pennington, New Jersey, four in Ewing, New Jersey where Cenlar is headquartered, and one in Tempe, Arizona.
Standing before an assembled crowd, Cenlar’s Executive Vice President, Business Development Director, David J. Miller, Jr. remarked, “When we looked at all of our options, Tempe quickly emerged as the ideal location for our new facility. Obviously the near-perfect weather was a factor but so is the area’s robust talent pool and access to a world-class university and college system. We are confident that this opening represents an exciting opportunity to help us provide even better service to our clients and their borrowers.”
Joining Mr. Miller at the ribbon cutting were Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell, Greg Linaman, Chief Operating Officer of the Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA), Bob Hess, Executive Managing Director of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, and Chris Camacho, President of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC). The ACA and GPEC played an important role in offering Cenlar support, advice and insight into the working culture of the Tempe, Arizona area before and throughout the build out of the new space.
Hiring has already begun to staff Cenlar’s new Operations Center. By offering competitive salaries and a generous benefits package, Cenlar aims to attract and retain top-tier talent. Cenlar’s plan, by the close of 2016, is to fill approximately 500 skilled jobs at their new Tempe office.
More about Cenlar FSB
Cenlar FSB, an employee owned company headquartered in Ewing, New Jersey, is the nation’s leading mortgage subservicer. Cenlar delivers world-class service and flexible, customized private label servicing solutions to its client base, which includes banks, thrifts, credit unions, and mortgage bankers. More information can be found by visiting www.cenlar.com.