BOSTON, MA — Movement Mortgage, the nation’s sixth-largest retail mortgage lender, is excited to announce the addition of Branch Leader Don Larsen to its team serving the Greater Boston area. He will be based in the town of Hingham.
Larsen [NMLS #8958] brings to Movement over 22 years of financial services experience, having most recently worked in a similar home financing capacity at U.S. Bank in Boston. Prior to that, Larsen owned Larsen Mortgage Company for 15 years.
“I entered the home financing business sort of by chance,” said Larsen. “A family friend was in the business, and I was intrigued. The next thing I knew, I was making loans, helping people get into homes, and loving what I was doing. That brought me to this day, and I am really excited and looking forward to growing Movement Mortgage right here in Massachusetts.”
“We are beyond thrilled to have Don join the team as a branch leader,” said New England regional director Ian Aubourg [NMLS #16971]. “Don’s experience and personal knowledge of the market have provided his clients and their real estate agents with exceptional services. We are excited about the future and to have Don Larsen join our Movement New England squad!”
Originally from Walpole, Massachusetts, Larsen graduated from New York’s Syracuse University. Larsen has been married to his wife, Katie, for 19 years. The couple resides in Cohasset, Massachusetts, with their two high school-age children, Laney and Sam, and Daisy, the family Goldendoodle. When not working, the Larsens enjoy family time at their Cape Cod beach house.
About Movement Mortgage
Movement Mortgage exists to love and value people by leading a Movement of Change in its industry, corporate culture and communities. Funding approximately $30 billion in residential mortgages annually, Movement is the sixth-largest retail mortgage lender in the US Movement is best known for its innovative mortgage process and referable experience, which begins with Upfront Underwriting and a seven-day loan processing goal. The company employs more than 4,000 people, has more than 650 branches in the US and is licensed in 50 states. After funding its balance sheet and investing in future growth, Movement’s profits are paid to its primary shareholder, the nonprofit Movement Foundation. To date, Movement Foundation has received more than $360 million of Movement profit to invest in schools, affordable housing, communities and global outreach. For more information, visit www.movement.com.