Delaware Valley-based Freedom Mortgage adding 1,200 jobs including many work at home positions


Freedom Mortgage plans to add 3,000 mortgage professionals and support staff over the next six months to help meet demand for mortgage refinancing and loan servicing.

The company generated $8 billion in originations in May and over $11 billion in June, a new monthly volume record. Freedom is based in Marlton, NJ.

Many of the jobs will be remote positions.

Companies, including Facebook, are now looking at adding positions in the Delaware Valley and other areas outside their traditional footprint.

Freedom Mortgage has already added more than 1,200 new employees throughout the company since March, bringing its employee count to over 7,000 nationwide.

The company, which is experiencing record volume in new originations and fundings, is hiring in its servicing, sales call center, wholesale and correspondent departments as well as its traditional retail channel. Freedom is also expanding its operations in Oregon and Jacksonville, Florida and has entered the Texas, Michigan and Virginia markets via

“As our business continues to expand, robust recruiting efforts have been necessary to ensure we’re able to provide our customers with the type of top-notch service Freedom is known for, regardless of their home financing needs,” said Freedom Mortgage CEO Stanley C. Middleman. “Whether it’s keeping up with growing demand for home refinancings or helping borrowers through forbearances, we are committed to having the staff on hand to give every borrower the best possible experience.”

Beginning in March, Freedom Fmoved 98 percent of its employees to work from home without any drop in efficiency. “I was really impressed by how well everyone made this transition,” Middleman said. “Working from home has also helped our growth, since we are not limited by office space. As we grow and increase our market share, we’ll continue to offer work from home positions.”

Anyone interested in joining Freedom can view current opportunities at

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