Element Funding Opens New Office In Hixson

Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Kevin Blair
Kevin Blair

Element Funding, a division of Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc., continues to expand its footprint in Tennessee by announcing the opening of a new brick-and-mortar branch in Hixson. This branch will be under the management of long-time resident and mortgage professional, Kevin Blair. The addition of this branch will allow Element Funding to help more clients in Tennessee and Georgia fulfill their dreams of homeownership, said officials. 

Originally from Dallas, Mr. Blair is a long-time resident of Chattanooga and has been in the mortgage industry for more than 17 years. Before opening the Hixson branch, he was a branch manager at Brand Mortgage for six years. Mr. Blair is a member of the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce, the Chattanooga Association of Realtors and the Scenic City BNI Chapter.               

“One of my greatest joys in this industry is to help homeowners successfully fund their home mortgage goals all while being able to exceed expectations and build lifelong relationships,” said Mr. Blair. “Element Funding gives me the resources and support to provide our community members with the help and tools they need as they make one of the biggest financial decisions in their lifetime.” 

Mr. Blair is joined by Sales Manager Stacie Miles, Loan Officer Mike Congdon, Loan Officer Beth Mansell, Loan Processor Kristy Hickman, Loan Processor Melanie Carter, and Administrative Assistant Kelsey Harrod. This team has more than 80 years of combined experience in the mortgage industry and is ready and focused to assist community members with their dreams of homeownership. 

This branch is currently looking to expand its team of loan officers who want to grow with a dynamic, full-service lender. The branch is at 5617 Highway 153, Suite 201, in Hixson. A grand opening for this branch will be held Feb. 8 from 5-8 p.m. For more information, visit www.blairsmilesteam.com or call 488-7571.


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