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MLO Melody Hanley Joins GSF's Littleton Branch

Mar 08, 2016
GSF Mortgage has added Melody Hanley as mortgage loan originator in Littleton, Colo.

GSF Mortgage has added Melody Hanley as mortgage loan originator in Littleton, Colo., joining the company with 11 years in the mortgage banking industry. She started her career as a personal banker where she learned about the mortgage industry. She quickly worked her way up to a business specialist where she worked on small- and medium-sized business loans. A few years later, she became a mortgage processor and then decided to obtain her mortgage license.

Hanley believes that everyone deserves to have a home. She never accepts no for an answer and always finds a way to get the job done. She has helped many credit challenged borrowers repair their credit and purchase their first home.

“I am so excited to welcome Melody to GSF!  She is one of the hardest working loan officers that I have met. Her commitment to customer service distinguishes her as one of the best in the business,” said GSF Mortgage Branch Manager Jim Ahlin.

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