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Gold Star Mortgage Named Top Workplace in Michigan for the Second Consecutive Year

Gold Star Mortgage Financial Group is pleased to announce that it has been named one of Michigan’s Top Workplaces of 2010 by the Detroit Free Press. This is the second consecutive year that Gold Star has received this honor. Employees were anonymously surveyed by an independent firm and asked to rate the organization’s performance on multiple barometers, including the company’s direction, ability to execute its business plan, leadership, career development, work conditions and compensation plans.

Today is a special occasion for Gold Star Mortgage Financial Group—our 10th anniversary. We could not have achieved this significant milestone without you—our dedicated employees, supportive business partners and many loyal customers.

Today is a special occasion for Gold Star Mortgage Financial Group—our 10th anniversary. We could not have achieved this significant milestone without you—our dedicated employees, supportive business partners and many loyal customers.

Milstein named 30 in their 30's Dbusiness Magazine

We asked our readers to nominate regional business leaders in their 30s who were making a mark in Michigan and around the world. From the latest technological advances to financial services to bankruptcy reorganizations to health care initiatives, the executives on the following pages all share a passion for growth, teamwork, and ingenuity.

Gold Star Mortgage leads in FHA and VA loans for Wayne County, Mich.

Gold Star Mortgage has announced that it is currently the leader for government loans in Wayne County, Mich., with a market share of 7.55 percent, followed by Bank of America with 6.97 percent. Wayne County, Mich. has a population just under two million people, ranking it as the 13th most populous county in the United States.

Daniel Milstein Is Ranked #1 Loan Officer In USA 2009

Daniel Milstein ranks No. 1 on Scotsman Guide‘s Top Originators 2009 list by volume with $374.1 million. He also closed 1,049 loans, averaging more than $350,000 for each. To achieve the top spot, Milstein maintained a frenetic pace — but he didn’t get there overnight.