Loan OfficerCharles "Huck" Kircher | NMLS #760546
As an Arizona native, Huck Kircher grew up in Mesa and attended Mt. Carmel in Tempe and Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix. He graduated from St. Marys College in Moraga, California with a degree in philosophy and government. After graduation, he bought his first house and began work at MetLife advising clients in their insurance and financial needs and earned his ChFC.
After 8 years he went to J.P. Morgan Chase Bank as a Personal and Business Banker handling his clients banking and lending needs and followed that flexibility of schedule and work in partnership with friends and family in the mortgage business.
As a Loan Officer and Licensed Banker in the state of Arizona, Huck has worked with hundreds of people in their search for home loan financing. His lending philosophy focuses on guiding his clients through the lending process, educating them on their financing options and ultimately helping them to decide on the mortgage option best suited for their long-term needs.
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