Top Producer with Castle & Cooke Mortgage, Dan Hubrich, Opens New Branch in North Salt Lake, Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah (February 24, 2016) – Castle & Cooke Mortgage, LLC®, one of the nation’s leading independent mortgage lenders with 44 locations across the United States, expands its footprint in Utah with the opening of its ninth branch in North Sale Lake. Dan Hubrich, one of the company’s top producers, will as assume the role of Branch Manager for the new North Salt Lake branch and will be responsible for launching and growing this new office. Castle & Cooke Mortgage has opened four new branches in 2016 as it forges ahead with its aggressive expansion strategy to open new branches in 15-20 new markets this year.
Dan Hubrich (NMLS #198767) will transition his highly seasoned team from Castle & Cooke Mortgage’s Salt Lake City branch to open the North Salt Lake branch at 1010 North 500 East #320, North Salt Lake (NMLS #1437513). Leveraging the comprehensive resources and support available at Castle & Cooke Mortgage, Hubrich is planning to double the size of his team and loan volume within the next year. Hubrich has been deeply rooted in the real estate and mortgage industries for two decades, a combined experience that has solidified his client-centric approach. In addition, as a Utah native and long-time Davis County resident, Hubrich brings a level of understanding and dedication to both the community and his clients. Hubrich says that his centrally-located team can now be a better resource in North Salt Lake as it delivers Castle & Cooke Mortgage’s extensive suite of loans and distinguished services to Davis County residents.
“This move puts me and my team at the heart of Davis County,” said Hubrich. “From sharing a building with our respected real estate partners, to our location at the hub of the business center where our clients can walk right in the door — we are looking forward to being even more available to our borrowers. In all sectors, we have always earned a high level of trust, and we believe in making lifetime clients. This is an opportunity to enhance those relationships further by providing the excellence people have come to expect with the convenience of being just around the corner.”
“I am excited to see our company’s continued expansion in Utah,” said Adam Thorpe, President and Chief Operating Officer for Castle & Cooke Mortgage. “With Castle & Cooke Mortgage headquartered in Salt Lake City and offering a comprehensive platform of loan products to meet the specific needs of Utah borrowers, I am very happy that we are in a position to further enrich and refine the suite of services we provide to Utah residents. Dan Hubrich is one of our most accomplished loan originators and a consummate professional. He is familiar with the area and grounded in the community. Dan embodies our guiding principles of honesty, integrity, transparency and hard work and he also continually provides the highest level of service to our clients. These qualities make Dan the perfect candidate to lead our new team in North Salt Lake.”
Dan Hubrich can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 801-808-4648.
About Castle & Cooke Mortgage
Castle & Cooke Mortgage (NMLS #1251), one of the nation’s leading independent mortgage lenders with 44 locations across the United States and more than 250 employees, is founded on three core values — integrity, honesty and transparency. Headquartered in Salt Lake City and backed by the financial strength of its more than 160-year sister company Castle & Cooke, the company is renowned for its smooth and efficient origination process, the unparalleled support provided to its sales force, and the quality customer service given to borrowers. According to Mortgage Executive Magazine, the 10-year-old company is already among the top 100 mortgage lenders in the nation. Castle & Cooke Mortgage can be found online at www.castlecookemortgage.com, on Twitter at @CastleandCooke, and on Facebook at Facebook.com/Castle.Cooke.Mortgage. Castle & Cooke Mortgage is an Equal Housing Lender.
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