Continuing to expand its Retail division, Pacific Union recently opened a new Distributed Retail branch in Reno, Nevada.
The new branch will serve potential homebuyers seeking mortgage solutions, as well as those interested in refinancing an existing home loan in Reno and surrounding areas.
Branch Manager, Dana DeSarle (NMLS #373601), and Sales Manager, Wayne Cameron (NMLS #409854), join Pacific Union with a combined 35 years of experience in financial services. Together, they will oversee the new office, a team of loan officers, and the day-to-day operations of the branch.
“Pacific Union is taking a firm stance on growth in 2018 and we couldn’t be more pleased to have Dana DeSarle, Wayne Cameron and their sales team joining us in Reno,” said Executive Vice President, Distributed Retail Sales, Caleb Mittelstet. “Dana and Wayne come to us with vast experience in mortgage lending and a proven record of leadership. We welcome them to the team and look forward to their continued success.”
DeSarle and Cameron believe in offering their customers customized mortgage solutions that set the customer and their families up for a lifetime of homeownership success. They pride themselves in their compassionate approach to customer service, historically achieving a 96%+ rating in customer satisfaction. They are eager to continue growing their sales team and serving their community with Pacific Union Financial.
For career and business opportunities, contact Dana DeSarle at 775-250-3282 or email@example.com.
About Pacific Union Financial
Pacific Union Financial, LLC (NMLS #2221) is a full-service mortgage company located in Irving, Texas, with fulfillment centers in Texas and California and over 50 branches across the country. We originate and purchase residential mortgage loans through Retail, Wholesale, and Correspondent channels in addition to servicing a $26 Billion portfolio. Pacific Union Financial offers white glove service for borrowers with best to bruised credit. Visit www.PacificUnionFinancial.com today to see how we work hard to make mortgage easy.