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GSF Mortgage Welcomes Two New MLOs in Wisconsin

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Nov 09, 2016
GSF Mortgage Corporation has added mortgage industry veteran and Mortgage Loan Originator Andrew Jefferson to its Brookfield, Wis. office

GSF Mortgage Corp. has added both Coby Matush and Brian Salak as mortgage loan originators in GSF’s Brookfield, Wis. location. Both Matush and Salak are new to the industry and have recently completed the Xinnix Training for Loan Officers course as part of GSF Mortgage’s initiative to welcome Millennials into the mortgage business.

Matush is a recent graduate from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a major in business and a duel focus on HR management and general management. Salak is a recent graduate from California University of Pennsylvania with a degree in business administration with an accounting concentration.

“I have extremely high expectations for both Coby and Brian,” said GSF Mortgage President Chad Jamepdro. “They were chosen to be a part of our expansion project for non-experienced loan originators and they have been excellent selections so far. Both are highly intelligent and extremely hard workers. They have everything it takes to be successful in the mortgage industry, and I am proud that they are beginning their careers here at GSF. You will see great things from both of these young men.”

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