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Bay Equity Adds Letty Huffman as Regional Sales Manager

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Feb 01, 2018
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Bay Equity Home Loans has named Letty Huffman as its new Regional Sales Manager for the Southern Arizona region.
 
Bay Equity Home Loans has named Letty Huffman as its new Regional Sales Manager for the Southern Arizona regionA Tucson, Ariz. native and 27-year veteran of the mortgage industry, Huffman is a Past President and current Board Member for the Southern Arizona Association of Mortgage Professionals.
 
“Everyone deserves to achieve the dream of homeownership,” Huffman said. “No job is too big or too small. Everyone makes a difference.”
 
Letty is also known for her leadership activities in regional charities, including Big Brothers/Big Sisters, the American Cancer Society and the Humane Society.
 
“Letty has worked in nearly every aspect of home lending, from processing to underwriting to originating,” said Bay Equity Divisional Vice President Geri Farr. “She has a solid reputation based on trust, respect, and hard work, and is the perfect person to take the reins for our Southern Arizona Region.”

 
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