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Ron Bolton to Lead New HomeBridge Branch in Sunshine State

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Mar 26, 2015

HomeBridge Financial Services Inc. continues to expand in the Southeast U.S. with the opening of a new branch in Destin, Fla. The branch, one of 10 HomeBridge locations in the state of Florida, will be led by Ron Bolton, a seasoned mortgage professional with more than 20 years of experience in the mortgage industry. Under Bolton’s leadership, this branch will provide Gulf Coast area homebuyers and housing industry professionals with the same commitment to quality and customer service that HomeBridge is known for nationwide.

“HomeBridge represents an ideal mortgage solution for Destin. HomeBridge has the competitive rates and expertise people expect from a national lender, along with the dedication to customer service people need when going through a major financial transaction,” said Bolton. “In addition to having an exemplary record when it comes to facilitating VA loans for members of our nation’s military, HomeBridge is also extremely capable when it comes to handling jumbo loans for high value properties and other mortgage products perfect for rental units, condos and vacation homes.”

Bolton’s decision to live and work in the Destin, Fla. area matches his personal passion for the opportunities the Gulf Coast offers both residents and vacationers alike. When time allows, Bolton enjoys deep sea fishing, riding his motorcycle along the coast and spending time outdoors. A proud military father, Bolton also spends his free time volunteering with local charitable organizations, including the Mobile Food Bank.

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