So I get the question all the time, what's it like living in Waco and the surrounding community? Well, today I wanna go over the good, the bad and the ugly of living in Waco.THE GOODGood thing about
White Label Realty Lenders
Network Funding, LP
- NameJulie Velasco
- Get Started
Ask A Mortgage Question
AboutJulie Velasco, a Loan Officer at Network Funding, LP, was named as a Top Producer by the mortgage lending publications Scotsman Guide and Mortgage Executive Magazine. “Julie joined Network Funding this year and is already a top performer within our company,” said Network Funding Vice President of Sales Richard Jefferson. “We are proud of her work as it aligns with the mission and values of our business.” Scotsman Guide recognized Julie Velasco for Top Dollar Volume, Most Loans Closed, Top Purchase Volume, Top FHA Volume and Top VA Volume. Additionally, Julie Velasco was ranked in the publication’s Top Women Originators at #485 with a total $46,042,136 in production with 203 closed loans. To view Scotsman Guide’s “Top Producers,” visit scotsmanguide.com. Mortgage Executive Magazine ranked Julie among the Top 1% of Producers in the nation. To view Mortgage Executive Magazine’s “Top Originators,” visit mortgageexecutivemagazine.com. About Network Funding Network Funding, LP, NMLS #2297, is a private residential mortgage lending company that operates branches across the country. Since it was founded in 1998, Network Funding has financed more than 121,500 homes at more than $22.6 billion, making the American Dream a reality for its customers. Network Funding’s key standards are based on integrity, reliability and simplicity and aims to empower its customers through educating and equipping them for the home-buying process. Network Funding consistently ranks as a “Top 50 Mortgage Companies to Work For” by Mortgage Executive Magazine and a “Top Mortgage Lender” by Scotsman Guide.
- Amber M
- Jovi C
- Joshua M
- Matt W
- Beth M
- Keith W
About Anthony GeorgeGrowing up in a family business in rural southern Illinois, I learned the value of making relationships with my clients. Farmers from five neighboring counties knew me by name, and not only did I know their names, but I was aware of each of their differing needs as I worked to help them find the right piece of equipment for their land and crop.
After attending college as a communications major, I worked for Dippin’ Dots, a national company that required travel across the country. Travel taught me how to connect with people of all backgrounds and cultures, and despite possible travel delays, I always made sure to follow through with promises and deliver on time. Whether it meant traveling 12 hours across Texas to get product for a client, I also made sure clients had what they needed to be productive.
After meeting my wife, Kim, I moved to Waco and became a "bonus dad" to her two sons. While in Waco, I worked at a local car dealership in finance, paying attention to all the details because there was no margin for error. I worked diligently to find the best deal for each customer based on the personal financial situation and budget. During these years, I met people from every neighborhood and community in McLennan County. Within minutes, customers felt at home in my office, often commenting that they had never laughed as much while purchasing a car.
In my free time, I pursue my passion of photography, capturing moments perfectly through my lens. I also work magic on every type of BBQ grill imaginable. During the fall each year, I am found under the tailgate tent, supporting the Baylor Bears, feeding 30-40 people who come from all areas of life, including strangers who just wander up to the tent. I have mentored youth for years, volunteering as a middle school Sunday School teacher, leader of mission trips, and the leader/teacher for a district church youth camp.