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Greater Nevada Mortgage Services Promotes Nick Serrano to Vice President of Sales

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Nick Serrano, Greater Nevada Mortgage Services Vice President of Sales

(CARSON CITY, Nev.)—Greater Nevada Mortgage Services (GNMS) has promoted Nick Serrano to Vice President of Sales. His responsibilities will include managing the sales production of mortgage consultants throughout northern Nevada and helping to guide the company’s strategic vision.

Serrano, a native of northern Nevada, joined GNMS in 2004 as a mortgage consultant. He was promoted to Branch Manager in 2005 and Sales Manager in 2008. In 2010, Serrano was part of the team that helped GNMS get recognized as “Most Valuable Partner” by the Nevada Rural Housing Authority for their excellence in assisting first-time homebuyers. In 2010 GNMS also grew to the fourth largest lender in northern Nevada.

“Through his strategic contributions to the company and strong leadership capabilities, Nick has proven to be a valuable part of helping Greater Nevada Mortgage Services advance in the northern Nevada marketplace,” said Wally Murray, President/CEO of Greater Nevada Credit Union and Greater Nevada Mortgage Services.

Serrano is federally and state licensed as a mortgage professional through SAFE Act. His professional and community involvement includes membership with the Sierra Nevada Association of Realtors, Reno Sparks Association of Realtors, and the Women’s Council of Realtors.  He also coordinates volunteer work for Habitat for Humanity and is a Team Captain for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.

Greater Nevada Mortgage Services provides lending products to assist a variety of borrowers throughout Nevada, from investors to first-time homebuyers.  GNMS has several locations throughout northern Nevada and provides local service for its customers.  For more information about GNMS, call 800-526-6999 or visit www.gnms.com.

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