persons name

Neil Gilles
NMLS#: 8216
Residential Mortgage Loan Originator
neil@mmofin.com
Office: 812-477-8000
Mobile: 812-459-4529
Fax: 812-477-8001
Mortgage Masters of Indiana, Inc.
501 N Crosspointe Blvd.
Evansville, IN 47715

 

Meet Neil Gilles

My name is Neil Gilles and I have worked in the mortgage industry since 2004 and have a vast range of knowledge and experience which includes servicing, processing, and originating mortgage loans.  As a 10 plus year mortgage veteren, I am committed to helping you find the right mortgage product for your needs. I understand each one of my clients has specific and unique needs and I use my experience to identify the loan product that best suits their situation.   I also make the process of securing a mortgage simple and straightforward by offering you the latest in financial tools that enable you to make sound financial choices.  My number one goal is to deliver superior service and be certain that every client walks away with 100% customer satisfaction.  I am also a firm believer that excellent communication is the key to every productive relationship, and am dedicated to providing this with each and every transaction.

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