Mortgage Loan Officer
NMLS # 1401008
Born and raised in West Michigan, Travis has called Grand Rapids home since attending Aquinas College for his undergraduate studies where he earned a degree in Business Administration and Communication. Not only did Travis discover a passion for finance while at Aquinas, he also met the love of his life – his wife Julee.
Shortly after graduating, Travis worked for a local credit union to earn some money while he “figured out what he wanted to do for the rest of his life.” Over the next decade he would hold a few different positions at the credit union but eventually found his calling as a Mortgage Loan Officer. He spent the last six years helping homeowners of all kinds, from first-time buyers to seasoned homebuying veterans. The greatest lesson he’s learned so far in his career is that each customer’s situation is unique. Seeking a complete understanding of his client’s needs upfront is the best step to craft the right solution for them.
Outside of work Travis is a loving husband and an adoring father to two beautiful girls, Gabriella and Natalie. His hobbies are plentiful! He is willing to try almost anything once, and if it’s fun, he’ll try it again. One of his favorite ways to spend summers is by taking camping trips with his family to explore new towns throughout Michigan. He is an avid bowler, boasting a high score of 300! Some of his other interests include golf, photography, and mountain biking.
WHAT DO CLIENTS SAY?
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"Travis Hunt is the best mortgage professional I've worked with! He is knowledgeable, has great communcation throughout the process and always puts the client's needs first! I'd recommend Travis Hunt and JPAL to anyone!"
"Great service along with great rate! would recommend them as they made the process very smooth!
"Very welcoming and friendly individuals. Not only will they walk you through every step of the process, but also help you gain a better understanding and educate those who are first-time homebuyers like my wife and self."