Churchill Mortgage has opened its newest branch in San Dimas, Calif. at 437 S. Cataract Ave, Unit 1-2, to enhance borrower service throughout the state. Churchill provides conventional FHA, VA and USDA residential mortgages across 46 states.
Mike Hardy and Rick Mount will both serve as regional managers for Churchill’s operations in Southern California. Working together as a team since 2010, Hardy and Mount have more than 45 years of qualified experience in the mortgage industry guiding borrowers towards debt-free home ownership. Hardy’s background also includes experience as a Financial Advisor which allows him to better understand his borrower’s individual financial needs. Mount, prior to his work with Hardy, held several senior positions responsible for all aspects of the loan process.
Other members of Churchill’s San Dimas, Calif. office include Melissa Chavez and Emily Holtzclaw as production managers; Ira Newman and Alana Smock as senior processors; Alyssa Torske as a processor assistant; Kristin Whitmer as marketing coordinator; and Ayman Botros, Christine Gilmartin, Randy Harrington, Mathew Herrera, Jonathan Jaidar, Geoffrey Kautzman, John Harsh, Gabriel Lozano, Jessica Martinez, Kevin Sprague and Troy Alexander as home loan specialists.
“Churchill Mortgage’s mission to help borrowers save money, build wealth and achieve debt-free home ownership aligns with Rick and my own efforts to create a unique experience for each borrower that supports their overall financial goals,” said Hardy. “Joining Churchill is a natural transition for our team. We look forward to the enhanced level of service it will provide our borrowers.”
“All homebuyers deserve to work with a lender who is willing to put in the time necessary to ensure they make the best financial decision possible when purchasing a home,” said Mount. “Churchill Mortgage strives to fulfill this desire. As demand for housing in Southern California continues to grow, our efforts will be focused on guiding borrowers towards debt-free home ownership.”
“In a market as competitive as California, Rick and Mike’s leadership will be vital to helping borrowers make well-educated, thoughtful decisions regarding their next home purchase. We look forward to supporting their team as we continue to expand our Southern California presence,” said Mike Hardwick, president of Churchill Mortgage.
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