Geneva Financial Announces New Georgia Mortgage Branch Led by Justin Slay

“We are very pleased with this new phase for our branch with Geneva Financial.” Georgia Branch Manager Justin Kill declared. “The top-notch level of service that Geneva is known for associating with the high bar I set to help my clients navigate through the most important financial transactions of their lives. »

Based on Hartwell, Georgia, Justin and his team are proud to serve homebuyers statewide. The new branch will continue Geneva exceptional service and an extensive product line through countless buyer- and owner-focused products, including conventional, FHAVA, USDA, refinance, inversion, jumbo loans, condo financing, and more.

Justin has been helping clients achieve their dreams of home ownership for over 15 years. prides itself on breaking the many stigmas often associated with lenders. He strives to ensure that his clients complete the transaction feeling well-informed and confident that they have made the best financial decision possible when purchasing or refinancing.

Geneva Financial Home Loans is currently expanding into all markets and is looking for Branch Managers and Loan Originators across United States seek to advance their mortgage careers. For more information on opportunities, visit www.GenevaFi.com/opportunity

About Geneva Financial

Founded in 2007 by Aaron VanTrojenGeneva Financial (NMLS 42056) is a direct mortgage lender headquartered in Chandler, AZ with over 130 branches in 46 states. At Geneva Financial, our mission is to approach every aspect of our business from the “inside out”. With a culture-driven mindset, we focus first on our loan originators and support staff to ensure an unbeatable experience for our clients.

Our Core Values ​​were created as a daily reminder to operate with the inside-out approach in mind. Core Value #1 is the backbone of all of our Core Values, Mission and Brand Vision: Home Loans Powered by Humans®. Learn more about Geneva Financial home loans at www.GenevaFi.com

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