Affinity Federal Credit Union Expands Mortgage Loan Officer Team

Affinity Federal Credit Union Expands Mortgage Loan Officer Team

BASKING RIDGE, N.J. (Sept. 21, 2021) — Affinity Federal Credit Union announces the addition of two new mortgage loan officers: Sandra Soehngen, based in Denver, Colorado and Kelli Domizio, based in West Chester, Pennsylvania. 

SoehngenSoehngen will help members and customers navigate their mortgage loan options so they can choose which plan fits their needs, lifestyle and long-term goals. With over 16 years of experience in the real estate industry, she has a deep understanding of the purchasing and refinancing experience, as well as the many milestones that a mortgage transaction must reach to be completed. Prior to her role with Affinity, she was a mortgage loan officer at Elevations Credit Union and Wells Fargo. 

DomizioDomizio brings over 20 years of experience in financial services, and will help customers and members choose the right loan product for their situation through education and guidance. Prior to her role with Affinity, she was a mortgage loan officer at KeyBank. 

“We’re always looking to provide Affinity members with personalized advice and guidance when choosing the right financial strategies and solutions to fit their needs,” said Kevin Brauer, chief administration & financial officer. “The additions of Sandra and Kelli expand our in-house expertise and hands-on approach for those navigating their options in the home buying process.”

About Affinity Federal Credit Union
With more than 20 branches across the tri-state area, Affinity is the largest credit union headquartered in the state of New Jersey, proudly ranking in the top 2% of all credit unions in terms of asset size.1 It is a member-owned, not-for-profit, full-service financial institution federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). For more information, visit affinityfcu.com.

1. Source: NCUA.gov. Using the “Credit Union and Corporate Call Report Data” found here: https://www.ncua.gov/analysis/credit-union-corporate-call-report-data