Greco named branch manager for new Stateline branch of OneTrust
OneTrust Home Loans, a mortgage banker of San Diego, Calif., named David Michael Greco branch manager for its newly opened Stateline branch office, one of 14 offices nationwide.
Greco has a strong mortgage and management background including working for Comstock Mortgage, Wells Fargo Mortgage and iMortgage. He has knowledge and experience in federal, state and local regulatory compliance while sourcing loan production in the neighboring area. His success stems from an attention to detail and a focus on the customer service aspect of the lending industry.
“I am very excited to join the OneTrust team,” Greco said in a written statement. “The company has such modern processes and technology that combine to make the customer experience enjoyable. As well, the wide array of mortgage loan products help me meet the demands of borrowers throughout the greater Tahoe market.”
Greco will focus his sales efforts and that of his team in the entire Lake Tahoe area as well to the resort living communities.
Manzer named in RE/MAX 100 percent club
Colleen Manzer with RE/MAX Realty Today recently attended the annual RE/MAX convention in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay Resort. She was awarded with being a member of the 100 percent club for top performing realtors within the RE/MAX organization. Manzer has been presented with this award from RE/MAX in past years along with being a RE/MAX Hall of Fame recipient. The award was given to her by RE/MAX CEO Margaret Kelly and owner of the RE/MAX franchise, Dave Liniger.
The four-day conference included speakers such as Jean Chatzky (financial editor with NBC’s today show), Darren Hardy (author and publisher of Success Magazine) and Magic Johnson as a motivational speaker.
Manzer can be reached at RE/MAX at 530-544-7653 or her team email with Tahoe Visions Team — firstname.lastname@example.org
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