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Trevor Tashlik
Vice President of Mortgage Lending

Trevor has been in the mortgage industry since 2003. He's worked at some of the biggest banks in the industry where he consistently achieved awards for being a 'top producer'. He's now at Guaranteed Rate because he is able to meet his client's needs better there than would be possible just about anyplace else, including those 'big banks'. He enjoys helping clients not only find the lowest rates and fees for their mortgage loans, but also helping each client make the best decisions for their own unique situation and lives. To do this, Trevor believes that each client's needs must be thoroughly considered, and only then can recommendations be made for the right mortgage product. Far from just 'selling' a loan, Trevor believes in providing expert advice and solutions, and then following through to make sure those goals are met. It's this approach that has allowed Trevor to be able to work with not only new clients, but many repeat clients who come back to him again and again through the years. In his personal life Trevor stays very busy with his wife and 2 sons. He enjoys sailing, traveling, and any activities that can get the family outside!

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