Ernie Losch

ErnieLosch

Ernie Losch

Mortgage Loan Originator
Fifth Third Bank

With 25 years’ experience in structuring mortgages so that others can make their homeownership dreams a reality, Ernie Losch’s career could be considered an unequivocal slam dunk. “I enjoy helping people attain their real estate goals and I enjoy sales,” he says, two attributes that are essential for his profession. A former National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I basketball player at Loyola University as well as the all-time single season field goal percent leader at Tulane University, Losch is no stranger to working as a team member with others to earn a win. This is why high client satisfaction and outstanding reviews have marked his 16-year tenure at Fifth Third Bank.

Honored as a member of the institution’s President’s Circle for just as many years, Losch customizes financing for the range of home buyers with whom he works, including clients purchasing a small condominium to those moving into a luxury home. “I try to fit the homebuyer with the right type of mortgage product for his need,” he explains. Losch’s Master of Business Administration from DePaul University no doubt enabled him to develop and strengthen the skills that clients rely on to guide them through the mortgage process. According to Losch, “They expect me to ask them the appropriate questions to ‘uncover’ what’s best for them and they want to know how I can help simplify things to make their buying experience as smooth as possible.”

Losch says that, in addition to his family, he is most inspired by the joy that clients express when they ultimately receive the keys to their new home. “I enjoy making certain that I do my best to help people.” As a result, Losch is known for executing a stellar volume of transactions thanks to his keen insight on what it takes to move from contract to closing. But nothing less would likely satisfy this expert who has made a name for himself both on and off the court for not only shooting for success, but scoring.

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