|By PR Newswire||
|August 5, 2014 08:52 PM EDT||
DENVER, Aug. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dave Gallegos, Senior Vice President of Hallmark Home Mortgage, Colorado Division, announced the appointment of Todd Gehrke as Senior Mortgage Loan Originator in the company's south metro offices. "We are pleased to welcome Todd to our team as he possesses a unique level of depth and experience that is consistent with what everyone at Hallmark strives for."
Gehrke was previously employed by Prime Mortgage Company but has been in the mortgage industry in the Denver area since 2001. Not only is he a $30,000,000 annual producer but he has also authored 2 books on the industry and has appeared on radio and television numerous times.
Hallmark is expanding its reach in the Denver metro area by adding offices in DTC and relocating its corporate office to the Deer Creek office park in addition to its office in Westminster.
"Based upon the years of success our systems have afforded our existing team of originators we are aggressively expanding our presence," stated Director of Business Development, Tony Eddolls. "We do things differently and in fact guarantee our loan closings and based upon the level of service Todd brings to his customer base, it's an excellent fit. Additionally, we are also hiring non-industry candidates and training them into our system. We've got a lot of opportunity here."
Hallmark Home Mortgage LLC is an Indiana based, privately held mortgage banking firm with over 250 employees. The company was established over 7 years ago and is a direct FNMA / Freddie Mac lender. HHM-Colorado can be found on the web at www.joinhallmark.com.
SOURCE Hallmark Home Mortgage
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