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Churchill Mortgage Promotes Jason Dickson to Texas Regional Manager
Apr 09, 2015

Churchill Mortgage has announced the promotion of Jason Dickson to Texas regional manager, where he will help develop and execute the lender’s statewide strategic growth strategy. Dickson will work closely with Churchill’s executive team and the managers of its North Texas and Houston branches to strengthen recruiting and marketing efforts and support increased production goals across the state. In addition, he maintains his current position as manager for the lender’s Dallas branch. Dickson has previously served as a loan originator, loan processor and real estate manager. Before joining Churchill in 2009, he founded, a mortgage company that later became a preferred provider for the lender.

“The Lone Star state continues to be a destination for new homebuyers. According to the Texas Homebuyers and Sellers Report, the share of new homes sales as a part of total home sales in Texas is nearly double the national average,” said Mike Hardwick, president of Churchill Mortgage. “Promoting Jason to regional manager is a major step in realigning our efforts to ensure that we remain a dependable resource for homebuyers. This, combined with the expertise and outstanding performance from our Texas branch managers, provides a great opportunity for continued growth in 2015.”

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