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  • Steve Hargett Named New Mortgage Loan Originator for Member Options

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    November 04, 2020
        Charlottesville, Virginia, November 4, 2020: UVA Community Credit Union is pleased to announce that Steve Hargett has been hired as a Mortgage Loan Originator for Member Options, its wholly owned subsidiary. Hargett is based out of Charlottesville and is responsible for assisting home buyers with the mortgage application process. He also assists those seeking to refinance existing residential mortgages.
        “I have personally assisted many families in becoming homeowners as well as provided financing for primary homes, vacation homes, and rental properties,” said Hargett. “My aim is always the same: to provide relevant and reliable information, in a simple and straightforward manner, and to be widely available for consult from start to finish.”
        Hargett is a graduate of the College of William and Mary. He has spent over five decades in Central Virginia and has nearly two decades of experience working in banking and mortgage lending. He has worked with a full spectrum of lending programs including VHDA, USDA, FHA, VA, portfolio programs, and down payment assistance programs for first-time buyers. For more information visit uvacreditunion.org.
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    UVA Community Credit Union is a not-for-profit, member-owned cooperative that provides a wide range of convenient and professionally managed financial services to its more than 70,000 members. Membership is available to those who live, work, or own a business located in Charlottesville, Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Madison, Nelson, Orange, or Rappahannock. Mortgage services provided by Member Options, LLC NMLS #194038 (nmlsconsumeraccess.org) a wholly owned subsidiary of UVA Community Credit Union. All loans subject to credit approval. Insured by NCUA. Equal Opportunity Lender.
    Janine Williams, VP of Marketing
    janine.williams@uvacreditunion.org, (434) 964-2008