Bloomington, MN (PRWEB) October 12, 2013
Jackie George has been selected as one of Minnesota Housing’s Top Producing Loan Officers for January to June of 2013. The Top Producing Loan Officer program has three levels of achievement based on percentages of regional loan production: Platinum, Gold, and Silver, and Jackie has achieved Gold level status.
For 40 years, Minnesota Housing has financed affordable housing for low- and moderate-income Minnesotans while fostering strong communities. In 2012 alone they assisted almost 63,000 households, and invested $639 million. In 2013, more than $658 million will be invested to further their five strategic priorities:
- Prevent and end homelessness
- Promote and support successful home ownership
- Preserve federally-subsidized rental housing
- Address specific and critical needs in rental-housing markets
- Prevent foreclosures and support community recovery
Minnesota Housing has built a national reputation as one of the premier housing financing agencies in the country while building partnerships in the non-profit, for-profit, and government sectors. Not only do they provide financing for purchasing homes, but they also offer products and services to help fix up their clients homes which in turns helps to stabilize lives, neighborhoods, communities, and families.
Jackie George and Mortgages Unlimited offer a wide variety of residential home loans. We provide purchase and refinance mortgages for Conventional, FHA, VA, USDA, Jumbo, MN, SD, and WI Housing loans. We participate in Start Up and Step Up programs with MN Housing including Home Help down payment assistance. Our team is committed to bringing superior service and communication during all aspects of a mortgage transaction. You can count on us to reliable, honest, trustworthy and efficient. Jackie has been in the real estate industry for the past 10 years. She has worked on every side of the transaction and is very knowledgeable. It is incredibly important to work with an experienced loan officer. If you choose an inexperienced mortgage consultant, you could end up in a big mess.