GSF Mortgage is eager to announce they have added a second Regional Manager position. Cary White will develop and manage branches in the state of Texas.
White comes to GSF Mortgage with 19 years in the industry. He is a graduate of Stephen S. Austin University with a degree in business finance. He found an interest in the mortgage company in the 1980’s due to his mother being a loan officer.
Immediately after college, he couldn’t imagine doing anything else. He started out helping a company with a variety of duties such as processing and closing. Four years later, he became their account executive. White also worked with another large company as an area and regional manager where he oversaw 122 branches nationwide. He also has entrepreneur experience.
As a self-proclaimed workaholic, White is focused on expanding GSF’s footprint in Texas. He is working on acquiring existing branches and brokerships along with creating new branches in Houston, Dallas and Fort Worth. He is also working on establishing Marketing Service Agreements with local banks, real estate groups and builders to offer them an assortment of products.
“Cary brings drive and experience with him to GSF, which compliments our strategic growth strategy. This drive will be infused into his branches, which will ensure their success. His expertise makes him an idea model-match,” says National Sales Director, Mike Maida.
White plans to open his first branch in Woodland, TX.
Founded in 1995, GSF Mortgage (gogsf.com) is an established and experienced direct mortgage lender. With nearly 20 years of lending experience, GSF professionals originate, process, underwrite, and fund all loans. We have direct access to FHA, VA, USDA, FNMA and Jumbo Financing products. GSF Mortgage has provided successful financing solutions to borrowers in all phases of homeownership. We continue to serve the next generation of homeowners with the GOGSF brand focused on flexible and transparent mortgage lending. With many locations, our strengths keep GSF Mortgage “Lending in Your Favor”.