News Talk 99.5 WRNO proudly welcomes "Mortgage Gumbo" hosted by Dwayne Stein to the airwaves. Dwayne's show will talk about all areas of the real estate industry while specifically educating listeners about money and basic mortgage principles. Mortgage Gumbo airs weekly from 1pm to 2pm on News Talk 99.5 WRNO.
Dwayne Stein is a 20 year mortgage industry veteran and a licensed loan officer. He graduated from Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, LA. He is part of the Total Wealth Authority for Gregory Ricks and Associates and contributes to his radio show "Winning at Life" monthly. Dwayne has held executive positions for some of the industry's and world's largest and well known banks and lenders. Dwayne currently serves as the Louisiana State Manager for CrossCountry Mortgage Inc., one of Inc. 5000 fastest growing independent financial services companies in America. Dwayne has branches throughout Louisiana with locations in Metairie, Mandeville, Slidell and Shreveport. But his true passion lies with educating consumers about the benefits of owning real estate and the many options available when purchasing or refinancing your home or additional properties. The feedback received over the last 18 months from his contributions to "Winning at Life" inspired him to create his own radio show. "I can't wait to have a platform that will allow me to make a difference and change and assist so many lives throughout the New Orleans Market and region, what a great opportunity."
Listeners can look forward to shows about choosing the right mortgage program (since it is the largest debt for most consumers), the right agent, responsible debt management and credit, and planning and protecting your future. Dwayne feels when consumers are educated they can take advantage of the so many options that are available to them.
For more information about "Mortgage Gumbo" or being considered to be a show contributor send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also text me at 504-756-8500.
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