Jerron Long

Mortgage Loan Officer

4.47 - 4 Review(s)

Capital Group, Inc.
250 East 96th St #510
Indianapolis, IN, 46240
Branch: NMLS1920384
Personal: NMLS1342390

About Jerron

I am an experienced loan officer, licensed for approximately 6 years. I currently service Indiana and Ohio. I meet with customers to determine their needs and recommend the right loan products to help meet their goals. Every client's situation is different. I pride myself on my unmatched ability to overcome the toughest obstacles to make sure the loan process is simple, quick, and productive.


(4.10 of 5)  reviewed on November 10, 2020
Reviewed by: Brandon Warner for Jerron Long
Completed transaction in November 9, 2020 in Indianapolis, IN
Responded to emails and calls promptly.
(4.90 of 5)  reviewed on November 3, 2020
Reviewed by: Anthony E Esker for Jerron Long
Completed transaction in October 30, 2020 in Fremont, OH
He always answered my questions and responded in a timely manor.
(3.90 of 5)  reviewed on October 26, 2020
Reviewed by: Brett Holstein for Jerron Long
Completed transaction in October 22, 2020 in Columbus, OH
It took forever I applied on the 3rd of August and didn't get it done until after the 15th of October
(5.00 of 5)  reviewed on October 23, 2020
Reviewed by: Elvis D Shepherd for Jerron Long
Completed transaction in August 28, 2020 in Columbus, OH
Great job Jerron and the rest of the people who worked on making the process go so smoothly . I appreciate all your efforts and thank you so much


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