Platinum Financial Funding Welcomes New Team Member

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Platinum Financial Funding announces the addition of new lending specialist Cheryl Owens. Ms. Owens brings more than 25 years of industry experience to the Platinum Financial team and through her experience, as well as expertise, her goal is to provide consumers with the opportunity to achieve the “American Dream” of homeownership.

A consistent multi-million dollar producer, Ms. Owens holds mortgage licenses in Tennessee and Georgia. She is well versed in all aspects of mortgage lending and offers 100% financing through USDA, VA, THDA and the Georgia Dream loan programs.  She also offers conventional, jumbo and FHA financing.

“We are very pleased to have someone with Cheryl’s talent and experiences join our team,” said Clarence Hawthorne, area sales director for Platinum Financial.

  “This is in line with our objective to attract top talent as we continue to build our market share in the local market.”

Platinum Financial has offices in Chattanooga, Cleveland, Dayton and Knoxville.




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