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GSF Mortgage Promotes Jim Ahlin to Area Manager
Mar 29, 2016
​GSF Mortgage has named Jim Ahlin, formerly a branch manager out of the Colorado office, as new area manager

GSF Mortgage has named Jim Ahlin, formerly a branch manager out of the Colorado office, as new area manager. He will be responsible for expanding the GSF Mortgage footprint in both the Colorado and Minnesota regions. Ahlin will shift his focus from originating loans to recruiting new loan originators. 

Ahlin has been with GSF Mortgage for more than two years, and has built a team of eight successful loan officers and is looking to grow and expand in the region.

“Jim has proven himself as a leader during his tenure at GSF Mortgage. I look forward to helping him increase his footprint and continue to grow within the company,” said GSF Mortgage Regional Manager Frank Papaelo.

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