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Wallick & Volk

Mortgage Lending Since 1932

Wallick & Volk Mortgage is the oldest privately held mortgage company in the United States. Since 1932, its mission has been to assist members of our community in realizing the great American dream of home ownership. Wallick & Volk is large enough to be ranked in the top 100 mortgage companies in the nation, yet small enough to provide personalized service to meet each borrower’s individual needs. The team is dedicated to helping their clients manage their mortgages to maximize the impact on their finances and treat each mortgage as an investment for a lifetime. The Waco branch has a team of dedicated mortgage professionals with over 88 years combined experience. For over 23 years, Julie has successfully managed the growth and success of the Waco branch in the same location and helped countless families with their home loan financing needs. Pam’s vast mortgage background includes helping many families obtain their goal of homeownership. Having working relationships with local banks allows the ability to offer numerous products including new home construction. Elsa is a bilingual loan officer who is active in Waco nonprofit organizations in assisting buyers and providing mortgage education to enable borrowers to make informed decisions. Angie has 14 years of experience in a local title company and is passionate about assisting first-time home buyers. She explains the process every step of the way and puts them at ease during what could be an overwhelming process. The processing, closing and funding are done in Waco, which allows for some of the fastest turn times in the industry. Wallick & Volk is a proud winner of Best of Waco and Locals Love Us for multiple years. Wallick & Volk thrives to provide an elite customer experience on every transaction and continues to be one of the most respected mortgage companies in Waco.

Wallick & Volk

NMLS#23916 | Corp. NMLS#2973
919 North Valley Mills Drive, Suite D
254/772-5430
www.wvmbwaco.com

Best of Waco

Mortgage Lender (2012, 2013, 2015)

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