Prudential California/Nevada Realty teams with Bank of America to improve home buying experience
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA/NEVADA and#8212; Prudential CA/NV Realty announced an alliance with Bank of America Home Loans that will help streamline the home buying process for todayand#8217;s home shopper. The alliance will span the companyand#8217;s 33 offices through Northern California and Nevada.
The Prudential CA/NV Realty and Bank of America Home Loans alliance allows Prudential CA/NV Realty customers to leverage Bank of Americaand#8217;s mortgage tools and expertise throughout their home buying experience. Home buyers will receive high-level customer service through a special concierge desk that works with Prudential CA/NV customers. In addition, home buyers will have expert guidance from Bank of America mortgage loan officers who can provide information on which types of loans best fit their needs. Buyers can get pre-qualified through an online mortgage center which they can access from the PruRealty.com website.
and#8220;Bank of America Home Loans was a natural fit for Prudential CA/NV Realty as we are both committed to delivering customers the best information and service experience,and#8221; said Ed Krafchow, Prudential CA/NV Realty president and CEO.
and#8220;We look forward to working with Prudential CA/NV Realty, which shares our strong commitment to customer service,and#8221; said Blair Allan, national strategic business alliances executive for Bank of America Home Loans. and#8220;Our strategic business alliances help real estate professionals build their businesses, while helping their customers realize their homeownership goals. Bank of America Home Loans is committed to providing excellence in customer service to Prudential CA/NV Realty clients.and#8221;
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