Brent Zuch, now the branch manager of Security National Mortgage, grew up in Loveland, OH. In school he developed a love of history and science. These subjects helped him develop his curiosity. He rarely accepts new information without asking “why” so that he really understands what is being presented.
As a kid Brent always knew he wanted to serve in the armed forces. It just seemed to be in his nature. After graduating high school he decided to join the Navy and served there for four years. Brent then went to Miami University of Ohio where he studied political science and ended up working for a campaign and working in the state legislature for a few years.
All of this eventually led him back to Loveland, Ohio where he settled down with his wife. During their first home buying experience they realized how poor the service was between his mortgage officer and the listing agent. He had trouble getting calls returned to him and no one seemed to be eager to have his back and help walk him through this stressful process.
The process was so difficult that Brent decided to work with the seller directly and make an agreement so that the deal could go through. After seeing this, his loan officer’s manager reached out to him and offered him a job.
Now Brent works at Security National Mortgage where he puts himself in the customer’s shoes. He wants them to know he has their back and will help them through the process of getting a mortgage every step of the way.
The benefit of working with someone like Brent is that his bank works solely with mortgages and, therefore, is focused on doing one thing really well. Traditional banks offer mortgages but they have many focuses and most customers become just another number to them. But perhaps the biggest difference is seen with closing time. A traditional bank might close within two months, on average, but Security National Mortgage closes with an average near 22 days.
To get in contact with Brent Zuch, call or text him at 513-477-3834. You can also get more information or apply online at brentzuch.com