Stone joins Guild Mortgage

  • Thursday, April 18, 2013

Larry Stone

Larry Stone has lived in the Charleston, South Carolina area for 32 years of which the past 21 years have been in the Banking/Mortgage Industry. He has a Bachelor of Science in Business Management at the University of South Carolina and has been involved in Managing Mortgage Offices and Originating Mortgage Loans in Charleston and the surrounding counties during that time.
Stone will be joining Guild Mortgage in a new location on Old Trolley Road. Founded in San Diego, Guild Mortgage is the leading privately held mortgage company in the western United States. The company’s vision is to build on its decades of success by seeking new opportunities for growth on the east coast while keeping true to their history and values.
Ahead of the opening of a Summerville office location, Stone is beginning to assist residential home-buyers in the tri-county area now. “I have always made it my personal goal to exceed my clients’ expectations and believe that communication and product knowledge are key in helping my clients reach their goals of home ownership. The mortgage process should be an enjoyable process, which can be obtained by working with an experienced group of professionals like the Guild Mortgage Teams. Our technology allows you to put in an application online or you may choose to meet with me in person,” said Stone.
To contact Larry Stone call 843-224-5520 or email lstone@guildmortgage.net
 

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