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Shannon Reville
Branch Manager

With over 25 years in Real Estate, Shannon has gained experience and knowledge in every aspect of mortgage lending. All of the experience combined in making her a top producer come from starting as a closing agent for a title company, becoming a contracted real estate agent for Mobile County negotiating and acquiring Right-of-Way for road development in rural areas and next, accepting the challenge from her largest client to change from their closer to becoming an originator. The combination of these roles gave Shannon firsthand knowledge of real estate transactions literally from the end to the beginning.

Of the various roles she has held within the industry: closing agent, real estate agent, wholesale lending rep, assistant, processor, mortgage lender, Shannon is happiest working directly with borrowers finding the right loan solutions to fit their needs for current situations and working towards future goals.

“I love working with all borrowers, from first time homebuyers to seasoned investors. When they're a referral from someone who knows and trusts me, someone who's worked with me before, that's the greatest compliment I can receive."

Shannon grew up on the Alabama Gulf Coast with her mom's parents who had a farm in rural Mobile County and her dad's parents who had a house in Baldwin County close to the bay in Fairhope, in the 'Fruit & Nut' district, fittingly. From shelling peas to throwing a cast net, she was lucky enough to to get the best of both sides of the bay.

She married her second grade crush and high school graduate-friend in 2011. Together they have three children: Ryen, Christyn, and Zachary. They spend free time with the kids, family, dogs in the sand and on the water as much as possible.

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