Unless you had the privilege of meeting Steve Jobs, you’ve probably never met a more focused and driven leader than Sandie Tate. Whether you know her as a manager, council chair, committee member, or you happen to be in her circle of family and friends you know there are no truer words. Any task that she takes on becomes a mission to the finish and you better not try and get in her way!

In her work life, Sandie is a mortgage banker with a proven track record of successful partnerships that often become a part of her business, social, and charitable endeavors. With her volunteer efforts she commits the same focus and energy that have made her company a success. She earns respect by simply walking the talk!

Speaking of walking, she loves to hike and take long strolls with her favorite four legged friends where she commands the same perseverance and commitment!

She began her career in 1983 with Decatur Federal, the largest Savings and Loan in Atlanta where she was the top producer for eight years. Later she managed mortgage production for the largest real estate company in Atlanta before forming her own company, Guaranty Mortgage Services. Since 1998 Sandie has led Guaranty with her vision for mutually profitable partnerships with some of Atlanta’s most respected Realtors, builders and bankers. She prides herself on building solid long lasting business and personal relationships with her marketing partners and employees.

Today, Guaranty offers home financing to all segments of the market including first time homebuyers, the growing senior market and many happy customers for life. In the last four years, with the economic challenges facing our industry, her leadership has been tested like no other, especially at the helm of the HBA’s Sales and Marketing Council. Sandie has been a board member and chair during some of the toughest times and never lost sight of her goals and fearlessly fought for the support that the industry needed from its association.

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