Bank of America has acquired a Seattle-based lender's reverse-mortgage business, including the company's retail sales force of more than 200 people in 25 states. All 400 employees of Seattle Mortgage Co. were offered positions with BofA as part of its acquisition of Reverse Mortgage of America, Seattle Mortgage's reverse-lending division, a BofA spokesman said. About 350 accepted the offer. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but BofA spokesman Terry Francisco said Seattle Mortgage's reverse-mortgage portfolio consists of 40,000 loans with outstanding balances of more than $4 billion. BofA appointed Reverse Mortgage of America's former chief operating officer, John Nixon, as the bank's reverse-mortgage origination executive. "We now have the distribution and delivery power to reach more...
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