Jerry West

Jerry West

Sales Manager

NMLS# 92704

GA #31183

About Jerry

Hi, my name is Jerry (Skip) West. My friends call me Skip and if I am helping you with your loan, please call me Skip. I have been involved in the mortgage business for the past 20+ years and have had many roles serving in origination, building relationships and leadership. During this time I have learned one very important thing to be successful...   …Good Communication and Good Listening lead to Good Service.

Whether you are buying your 1st home or refinancing your existing home, I am your industry expert. I am here to LISTEN to your objectives and help you find the best solutions to meet those goals. From application to closing and beyond I will COMMUNICATE every step of the way so you will never wonder what is happening next.

At NewRez we strive to build customer relationships that last beyond your loan. We keep the loan process SIMPLE for you and deliver the SERVICE to you that I would expect as if it were my own loan. Our operations teams are the best in the business and as a team, we will work tirelessly to make your purchase or refinance a reality. So if you are ready to talk with someone that cares about what you want and will deliver on that, I am ready for your call.

 

Office Details

Street Address

11020 David Taylor Drive
Suite 415
Charlotte, NC 28262

Office Phone

704-719-4014

Mobile Phone

704-608-6577

Fax

484-594-2264

Email

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