Homeside Financial is very happy to announce our newest addition to the Columbus team, Diane Hamilton. Diane joins us with an outstanding background as a loan officer, having developed a staying power in the mortgage industry throughout the years, living through the many changes that have taken place in the industry and always adapting in order to make sure she continues to serve her clients with top-notch service. She will now continue to make true the dream of homeownership for all her clients as part of the hard-working and modern Homeside family, contributing to the overall mission to change the industry from what it has been into what it should be.
You always hear the saying “change starts with you” but Trevion Blanding and his sister Quanice Shumpert never dreamed that change would start with a hashtag.
The Casey Cares Foundation is a charity that is near and dear to Homeside’s heart. Based out of Maryland where our headquarters is found, Casey Cares provides uplifting programs to over 600 families with critically ill children each year.
Homeside has recognized that creating Raving Fans needs to be the backbone of our culture, not only through creating streamlined experiences with our borrowers, but including the realtor, seller, appraiser, title company, and each team within Homeside itself.
Homeside is pleased to announce that Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Mike Baynes, has been selected as a Finalist for SmartCEO’s Circle of Excellence Awards.
More than 250 CEOs and decision-makers joined SmartCEO in honoring the 2015 Circle of Excellence finalists and winners at a high-energy celebration.
Homeside is extremely proud to announce that they have been awarded the number 1 ranking in the medium-sized company category for Columbus Business First’s Best Places to Work!
Rounding out the last quarter of the year at Homeside, we have taken a step back to check out our customer service vision.
Loan officers, real estate agents, and borrowers all anxiously awaited the arrival of TRID on October 3rd, 2015. Would loans take longer?