GSF Mortgage Welcomes Mortgage Loan Originator to the Sunshine State

Hypoluxo, FL, February 18, 2015 --( GSF Mortgage is pleased to welcome Nicole Vaughan as mortgage loan originator in Hypoluxo, Florida. She comes with nine years of experience and will work under Robert Scolnick, branch manager.

Vaughan has more than 20 years providing services within her community. She began her career working for non-profit organizations where she assisted both adolescents and senior citizens. Vaughan wanted to continue to help people in her community, so when her husband opened his own real estate company, she decided to transition into the mortgage industry. This was a good fit for her because she was able to assist families with their dreams of homeownership. She specializes in helping first time homebuyers, FHA loans and conventional loans.

Vaughan has worked with charities such as City of Port St. Lucie, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Woman In Distress of Broward County, Girl Scouts of Broward County, United Way of Broward County and Woman’s Way and Volunteer Broward.

“We are pleased to welcome Nicole to our team. She is a seasoned Florida mortgage banker who brings multiple sources of new business to our branch. Her vast marketing experience and numerous contacts will help to bring GSF Mortgage-Hypoluxo to the next level. We hope to help extend our footprint with her knowledge,” says Scolnick, branch manager.

Vaughan can be reached at (754) 264-5881 or

Founded in 1995, GSF Mortgage is an established and experienced direct mortgage lender. With nearly 20 years of lending experience, GSF professionals originate, process, underwrite, and fund all loans. We have direct access to FHA, VA, USDA, FNMA and Jumbo Financing products. GSF Mortgage has provided successful financing solutions to borrowers in all phases of homeownership. We continue to serve the next generation of homeowners with the GOGSF brand focused on flexible and transparent mortgage lending. With many locations, our strengths keep GSF Mortgage “Lending in Your Favor.”
Leah Marsh