DENVER, CO, 3/11/2024 – America’s Most Trusted Mortgage Company, announced that Cassidy O’Sullivan has joined the company as the Vice President of Growth to spearhead talent acquisitions.

O’Sullivan will lead the next chapter of Megastar’s growth in the mortgage market and focus on building market share through recruiting and building strategic relationships. Megastar currently originates loans in twenty-three states, activity building our over $3 Billion servicing portfolio, and is focused on responsible growth through customer education, technology, and innovation.

O’Sullivan brings over two decades in the mortgage industry. He has amassed extensive experience working with both large and small IMBs. His background spans pivotal areas including recruiting, onboarding, marketing/branding, learning, and development. Throughout his journey, remaining steadfast in his commitment to driving growth. Most importantly Cassidy’s commitment to understanding what is in the best interest of the recruit and together determining if our values align.

O’Sullivan stated, “Anita and her amazing team of tenured professionals made my decision to join MegaStar easy. MegaStar family culture is apparent, but not unique. What is unique is their culture of supporting sales teams, engaging and embracing new technologies, business development, product offerings, and marketing boosts. Our easy-to-use state-of-the-art tech stack, coupled with profit sharing and earned equity programs demonstrates MegaStar’s commitment to the growth and success of our loan originators. We truly are the best-kept secret in the industry.”

About Megastar Financial Corp.: Megastar Financial Corp. is a privately held mortgage company headquartered in Denver, Colorado. With more than 25 years of experience in the industry, Megastar Financial Corp. provides a wide range of mortgage products and services to clients throughout the United States. The company’s commitment to customer service and innovation has earned it a reputation as a leader in the mortgage industry and led to being a top 100 lender in the nation.

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