Holly Walther

Holly Walther

Vice President of Mortgage Lending
Senior Mortgage Banker
State Bank and Trust Company

Personable and energetic, Holly Walther is a veteran of the mortgage industry who can claim a 100 percent success rate for closing pre-approved loans. Her stellar record, which has earned her recognition among the top 5 percent of mortgage bankers by the Mortgage Bankers of Georgia Association, comes as a result of what she describes as her “non-negotiable core convictions,” which include, among others: honesty, integrity, a positive attitude and exceptional performance.

A patient and dedicated professional, Walther understands buyers at every level.

“I work with clients in all price points,” she says. “I listen to each individual’s circumstances to customize what is best for their goals and financial situation.”

Walther strives to connect with her clients on a personal level, hoping to cultivate a familial atmosphere and allowing for a comfortability not often associated with the mortgage process. She understands the stresses that come with purchasing a home, and wants her clients to walk away from the process with confidence.

“The mortgage industry is always changing,” she explains. “It’s my job as a professional to know the products and the guidelines, and to convey that to the client in an easily digestible manner.”

With 100 percent of her business coming by way of referral, Walther is proud and satisfied in the direction her business is going, but, in her modesty, she shares credit for her success.

“I have had a business coach for the past five years,” she admits. “Every professional needs someone to push them to the next level.”

Always striving to take that next step, Walther hopes to continue growing in her business and, hopefully, expand her team further.

“I plan to build such an extensive network that every person who needs a mortgage can not only walk away with their financing, but with a smile and a great experience.”

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