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Meet John

"The relationship we have with our customer is paramount"

John Collins hails from the picturesque landscapes of Eastern Idaho, soaking in the beauty and offerings of the region. His dedication to service saw him enlist in the United States Air Force from 1977 to 1981, earning an honorable discharge. A year later, in 1982, he embarked on a distinguished career with the Federal Aviation Administration, specializing as an air traffic controller. His expertise led him to spend the concluding 15 years of his tenure at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

In 2006, John transitioned into the mortgage industry, starting with a local company in Dallas, Texas. As a mortgage advisor, the joy he derives comes from assisting families in achieving their homeownership dreams. For John, customer relationships are sacred, understanding the trust they place in his capabilities.

Outside the confines of work, John is deeply rooted in his community, being an active member of the Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce. In this capacity, he serves diligently as an ambassador, fostering connections and promoting business growth. Away from professional commitments, John finds solace on the golf course, being an avid golfer. Family remains the cornerstone of his life with two grown sons and the joy of a grandchild adding to his blessings.

Beyond his professional endeavors, John's dedication to serving his fellow veterans remains unwavering. He is a proud sponsor of the Heroes Home Advantage, a program dedicated to providing real estate-related services and discounts to our heroes, including military personnel, firefighters, law enforcement officers, and healthcare professionals. His reverence for fellow servicemen and women runs deep, and he takes immense pride in aiding his military peers with their home loan needs.

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