Continuing its expansion in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., Eagle Bancorp (EGBN) in Bethesda, Md., has opened a pair of residential loan offices in Maryland and Virginia.
The Maryland office is in a new location in Anne Arundel County and the Virginia office is housed in Eagle's recently opened full-service branch in Reston. Vince Curcio, a 15-year mortgage veteran specializing in new construction and condominium financing, will head the Reston office and Brian Blonder, who has more than 10 years of mortgage-lending experience, will oversee the Anne Arundel County office. Both had been working out of Eagle's loan offices in Potomac, Md.
"The opening of the Anne Arundel and Reston offices demonstrates our commitment to the housing market in the Metro Washington community," Eagle Chairman, President and Chief Executive Ronald D. Paul, said in a news release Wednesday. "We are always looking for strategic growth opportunities and these two new offices will help expand our residential loan business."
The $2.8 billion-asset company has been rapidly expanding in the D.C. market. It has opened three branches in Northern Virginia in recent months and intends to add another later this year.