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ROBIN WARRENS

Senior Loan Officer

NMLS # 7264

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ROBIN WARRENS

Robin values success through providing the highest level of quality, over quantity, of service to her clients. She is a seasoned professional with over 30 years in the industry. Although originally born in Detroit, Michigan, Robin has lived with her two girls in Columbus for over 30 years and is active in the "Buckeye" community. She is an avid runner and continues to participate in marathons which raise money for the treatment of childhood leukemia.

She attended the University of Dayton for her undergraduate degree, and "the Wharton Business School" at the University of Pennsylvania for her post-graduate studies. She has taken her sales and finance expertise to a new level in delivering the highest of customer service in residential mortgage financing to realtors and their clients. Robin first started her career in the medical sales industry but turned her energy into helping others obtain and keep their "dream home" through mortgage financing. Robin follows the "Golden Rule" when it comes to her clients: treat others as you would like to be treated. She strives to make her clients feel as comfortable as possible through her strong integrity, honesty, and professionalism.

Fantastic team of loan officers to work with. They are there every step of the way with you!
Susan W.
Top notch professionals providing excellent service to the communities that they serve!

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