OceanFirst Bank N.A. is offering a forbearance or temporary suspension of mortgage and home equity loan payments for up to 90 days to its customers who work for the federal government or businesses affected by the government shutdown, the bank announced last week.
“As a community bank, OceanFirst wants to provide support to every mortgage customer who works for the federal government or businesses that are affected by the current shutdown,” said Anthony Giordano, III, OceanFirst Bank’s Senior Vice President and Senior Operations Officer. “We recognize these are stressful times for these customers, many of whom are worried about meeting their mortgage and other financial obligations, especially if there is a prolonged shutdown. By offering the Mortgage Relief Program, we hope we can ease any concerns relating to their mortgage or home equity loan until they get back to work and are paid.”
Former Long Branch Councilman Anthony Giordano was a great guest. It was very interesting to hear his perspective on the New Jersey economy, eminent domain and the ongoing redevelopment of Long Branch.
Thanks to James/Shamus for calling in twice.
During the second half hour we were joined by Laureen Cummings, the founder and President of the Scranton Tea Party. Cummings is considering a race for the GOP nomination to challenge U. S. Senator Bob Casey in Pennsylvania.
Next Tuesday from 5PM-6PM the former “3rd Jersey Guy” will be joing the “Real Jersey Guys” on the radio.
Gannett columnist and best selling co-author of The Soprano State, Bob Ingle will be our guest for what promises to be an entertaining, informative and infuriating hour….just like Bob’s book and movie.
Bob and I will be doing to show from WIFI AM 1460’s studio in Florence rather than calling in so that the phone lines will be freed up for your calls to 609-447-0236 and 609-447-0237. My co-host, former Senator Dick LaRossa will be live on the line.
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Former Long Branch Councilman Anthony Giordano is the CEO of Colonial American Bank. The bank, which is headquartered in Horsham, PA, is expanding into Monmouth County later this year.
We will be discussing the potential impact of the S & P downgrade on United States debt on the local economy.
Also joining us on the show will be Laureen Cummings of Old Forge, Pennsylvania. Cummings is the founder and president of the Scranton Tea Party. She is a Republican Committeewoman in Lackawanna County, PA.
She is a single mother, a nurse, and a small business owner who is considering a race for the GOP nomination to challenge U.S. Senator Bob Casey in 2012.
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