EXTENSIA FINANCIAL WELCOMES ELIZABETH TIBADUIZA CRE SENIOR LOAN PROCESSOR REPRESENTING THE EAST COAST!
Extensia Financial, one of the nation’s most seasoned credit union service organizations (CUSO) is proud to announce and welcome Florida resident, Elizabeth Tibaduiza as CRE Senior Loan Processor expanding Extensia Financial’s East Coast representation by the CUSO. As Elizabeth joins our team, Extensia will continue to grow and bring new and exciting lending opportunities to their credit union partners.
Ms. Tibaduiza brings her nearly twenty years of experience in loan commerce to her new position. As Extensia serves clients nationwide, the need to have representation across the United States is extremely important. With Elizabeth adding to Extensia’s East Coast representation, the company can be more responsive and timely in their correspondence and ultimately allows Extensia greater ability to deliver.
“I am excited to join the Extensia team and eager to work towards the continued success of the company.”
— Elizabeth Tibaduiza.
Ms. Tibaduiza brings an element of professionalism and experience in the financial sector focused on commercial real estate. She will be working closely with Extensia’s business development team to provide service to our borrowers, brokers, and loan stakeholders in order to obtain all necessary information and ensure that all aspects of the transactions are properly executed. Her years of experience will be invaluable in the verification of information, reports, and interprets and analyzes financial statements. Elizabeth will be an essential part of Extensia’s operations, and the company will be relying heavily on her ability to prepare loan files for underwriting and closing.
Extensia Financial, one of the nation’s largest credit union service organization (CUSO) dedicated to commercial real estate lending and advisory services, announced that it offers commercial real estate lending consultative services to help credit unions develop and/or maintain successful commercial lending programs