Pomeroy comes to GSF Mortgage with more than 20 years of industry experience. He graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a degree in history and political science. After college, he investigated various career choices and settled on the financial industry.
Pomeroy called a connection at a local bank to ask for an internship, only to find out the bank didn’t offer them. Determined, Pomeroy set up the internship himself. He started off in retail banking and migrated toward mortgage lending. This allowed him to get exposure to a variety of areas in the banking industry and find the best fit for him.
Since then, Pomeroy has held positions such as Mortgage Loan Originator and Director of Mortgage Services. He has been a part of start-ups and managed regions in multiple states.
Pomeroy will be overseeing branches in Des Moines, Ames, Council Bluff, Iowa City and Cedar Rapids. His goal by the end of the year is to have a group in place in Cedar Rapids and establish the other branches by mid-January. He is also working with existing mortgage broker companies to merge them with GSF in order to add more locations.
“Heath is a welcomed addition to our strategic growth strategy. With an extensive background in the private banking and secondary lending sector, Heath brings valuable customer and business development knowledge,” says National Sales Director, Mike Maida. “We feel he is a great model-match to deliver our service level design.”
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Founded in 1995, GSF Mortgage is an established and experienced direct mortgage lender. With nearly 20 years of lending experience, GSF professionals originate, process, underwrite, and fund all loans. We have direct access to FHA, VA, USDA, FNMA and Jumbo Financing products. GSF Mortgage has provided successful financing solutions to borrowers in all phases of homeownership. We continue to serve the next generation of homeowners with the GOGSF brand focused on flexible and transparent mortgage lending. With many locations, our strengths keep GSF Mortgage “Lending in Your Favor”.