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Angie Gora, Branch Manager and VP of Mortgage Lending

Guaranteed Rate

 

Offering tailored service adapted to each client’s distinct communication and learning styles, Angie Gora excels at building personal connections based on mutual understanding and a common goal. With over 30 years of lending experience, Gora, a branch manager and vice president of mortgage lending at Guaranteed Rate, leads a team of experienced lending professionals and specializes in renovation lending, as well as jumbo, FHA, conventional and VA mortgage loans. “I’ve held many different positions in the mortgage industry, including processing, closing, servicing, underwriting and operations management,” says Gora, “so I’m able to understand the full life cycle of a loan.”

Initially joining the industry part time while in college, Gora transitioned to a full-time role immediately after graduating. Over the span of her career, she’s grown her network of clients and industry professionals, developing a referral-based business and a reputation for friendly and efficient service. “I ask lots of questions regarding their financial needs and desired timeline,” she says. “With all this information, I’m able to direct them to only the most appropriate products.”

Gora is a member of the Northeast Atlanta Metro Association of REALTORS and North Georgia Business Connections. Heavily involved in her community, she volunteers with her local middle and high schools through providing credit and financial classes to the students, as well as acting as a mentor coach and judge for Distributive Education Clubs of America participants. Gora enjoys spending time with her family and friends, engaging with the local music scene and rooting for the Georgia Bulldogs.

Guaranteed Rate, Inc. is a private corporation organized under the laws of the state of Delaware. It has no affiliation with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the U.S. Department of Agriculture or any other government agency.

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