Mortgage Lending Needs? Talk to Shawn Huss

Barker, Beck, Collins & Kronauge Agency rolled out its partnership program this past week. Designed to build collaboration between our company and other companies that serve the communities in our region, we are pleased to announce our first partner, Shawn Huss, Senior Vice President, Mortgage Consultant with First Place Bank.


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Shawn Huss

Whether you are a first-time or seasoned homebuyer, Shawn Huss, a 20 year veteran in the mortgage industry, is the man you want in your corner when it comes to helping you with all of your mortgage needs.


He holds the distinction of being named by Scotsman Guide as one of the top loan originators in the nation for 13 years in a row. In 2011, out of over 800 other entrants to the Scotman Guide Top Originators rankings, his efforts put him at 13th in the nation for the number of loans processed that year. (467… if you are curious.) To even be eligible for consideration in the rankings, a person had to have personally closed, within the previous year, a minimum of 100 home mortgage loans with a combined total of $30 million or more.


Shawn’s depth of knowledge, dedication and sincere desire to give his customers the best product for their specific needs is what sets him apart from others in the mortgage industry. First Place Bank offers a range of options that make it easier for buyers to get their loans completed. The bank’s local appraisal process (no third-party system) makes it possible to close in 30 days or less. In-house underwriting, processing and closing processes provide clients with a faster and more enjoyable mortgage experience.


With all those accolades, we at Barker, Beck, Collins & Kronauge Agency are proud to welcome Shawn Huss from First Place Bank to our family of partners. With mortgage rates at the lowest they have been in a long-time, now is the time to take action. Shawn is offering a free evaluation of your mortgage needs. Visit him on the web or give him a call at (513) 624-3030 to start the process today.