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Movement Mortgage Doubling HQ In Fort Mill, South Carolina


The Keith Corporation, a Charlotte-based real estate developer, is working with Movement to develop the site, alongside building contractor Choate and LS3P, the architectural firm that designed Movement’s first headquarters. Considering South Carolina ...


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Home » Blog » Site Selection » Corporate Headquarters » Movement Mortgage Doubling HQ In South Carolina Movement Mortgage Doubling HQ In South Carolina The mortgage company is investing $18 million to expand its headquarters in Fort Mill, SC, and plans to add 700 new employees over the next five years. December 20, 2017 Movement Mortgage Doubling HQ In Fort Mill, South Carolina Movement Mortgage recently broke ground on a second building at its home base in Fort Mill, SC, a move that doubles the size of its National Sales Support Center and underscores the lender’s significant growthThe company, one of the nation’s fastest-growing retail mortgage lenders, is investing $18 million to construct the new three-story, 90,000-square-foot building at the Bailes Ridge Corporate Park on S.C160 in Lancaster CountyIt’s expected to open in January 2019. A rendering of Movement Mortgage’s second building at its National Sales Support Center in Fort Mill, SC, opening January 2019(PRNewsfoto/Movement Mortgage) The building will stand on the same plot of land as the current headquarters, and house departments that include a larger information technology team, the retail sales support team and the company’s affiliates, such as Movement InsuranceAmong its amenities will be a larger gym, a cafe and a courtyard between the first building and the new one. The expansion project aligns with Movement’s goal to scale its operations, serve more borrowers and add more than 700 new employees to its headquarters workforce over the next five yearsIt also demonstrates the company’s commitment to bringing more jobs to Lancaster County. “Relationships matter and proximity mattersWhen we get team members face-to-face at the same location, we see exponential productivity,” said Movement CEO Casey Crawford“Despite a contracting mortgage market, we’ve continued to take market share across the United States and we plan on continuing to grow in 2018 and well into the futureWe want as many team members together in Fort Mill as possible to continue the great work that we’re doing.” Founded in 2008 with just four employees, Movement has grown tremendously in its nine yearsToday, it employs more than 4,300 people across licensed operations in 47 statesMore than 800 of those employees work in its Fort Mill headquartersA new building is key to enhancing operations and performance as those numbers increase. “This just shows our continued commitment to growth,” Crawford said“We’re in this for the long-termThis new building is another stake in the ground that cements our vision to keep gaining market share, to keep innovating and to keep serving borrowers with love and integrity.” The Keith Corporation, a Charlotte-based real estate developer, is working with Movement to develop the site, alongside building contractor Choate and LS3P, the architectural firm that designed Movement’s first headquarters. Relocating or Expanding Your Business In South Carolina Considering South Carolina for your company’s relocation or expansion project? Check out Business Facilities’ South Carolina Incentives and Workforce Development Guide. Suggested Links:

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