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Partnerships that Matter: Helping Entrepreneurs Juggle It All

Adam Margolis started Household Title and Escrow in 2001 because he wanted independence, flexibility and unlimited growth potential in his career. From the beginning, his goal has been to operate his business smoothly and with excellence – and for more than 10 years, Revere has helped him work towards achieving that goal.

“The title business is extremely demanding on a bank relationship. We’re demanding of good service and dependent on a bank that understands our needs,” said Margolis. “Revere partners with us to help address any issues and concerns as quickly, accurately and efficiently as possible.”

Because banking plays such an integral role in the title business, Margolis is thankful for Revere’s focus on customer service and the support they provide to meet his company’s needs.

“The bank instills a customer-service oriented philosophy in its employees and wants to please its customers,” Margolis added. “Revere considers the customer’s perspective to resolve issues.”

And with Revere’s great customer service, Margolis can focus on other aspects of his company.

“Being an entrepreneur, you have to address so many different parts of the business. The unpredictability and management of humans is tough,” admits Margolis.

Luckily, Revere is there to help him juggle it all.

“The Revere team is extremely responsive on a regular basis,” said Margolis.

And that’s why Margolis would recommend Revere to his network.

“I’d be very likely to recommend Revere,” said Margolis. “I think the people behind the bank are genuinely interested in customer service.”

At Revere Bank, our partnerships put businesses on the fast track to success. We’re proud of the relationships we’ve built with local businesses to help improve the economies and communities of our customers and employees.

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