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GSF Adds LO Dan Currie to Its Indy Office
Apr 21, 2015
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GSF Mortgage has added Dan Currie to its branch in Indianapolis, joining the company with 33 years of mortgage industry experience. He will work under Nicole Lissade, GSF's Indianapolis branch manager. Currie started his career in 1982, working for a consumer financial corporation. He became branch manager of the Richmond office a few years later. Due to his mortgage loan volume, he was referred to another company where he was the top producer three months in a row before he decided to start his own financial advising business in 1986: Currie Enterprises, which became Financial Insights Incorporated.

Currie has also held his life and health insurance license for more than 20 years. He organized and managed a general insurance agency in 1986, where he won sales awards from Ohio State Life and InSphere Insurance Solutions for top sales production.

Currie specializes in FHA 203k loans, homestyle renovation, reverse mortgages and USDA loans. He plans to do several seminars for reverse mortgage financing education and credit improvement strategies.

“I would like to welcome Dan Currie. I believe his strong, holistic approach to financing will allow him to flourish with GSF Mortgage. He certainly will take time to analyze the overall needs of our clients’ financing and always recommend the right product based on their long and short term goals,” said Lissade.

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