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Michael was born and raised in the Midwest. He attributes his father and the environment in which he was raised for his work ethic and family values. It was here that he also developed his passion for the outdoors. He began his career in the finance industry in 1989 after graduating from the University of Northern Iowa. The Mortgage business is in his blood.
Michael is married to Nikki Groff who is also in the Mortgage business Nikki has managed mortgage branches, been a top producer as well as a nationally recognized speaker on loan productions and mortgage production systems. It is no wonder that there 5 children (4 girls and the youngest a boy) all speak “mortgage”. They range in age from college students to junior high.
Jim was born and raised in Cheyenne, Wyoming. After graduating from the University of Wyoming in 1963, he joined the company in August of that year as the first member of the third generation of the Wallick and Volk family. At that time, the company had six employees and three real estate agents. In the ensuing decades, the company substantially expanded its loan origination, mortgage servicing, real estate, and insurance divisions. The insurance and mortgage servicing divisions were sold in the 1990's and the real estate division in 2005. Jim became president in 1980 after the untimely death of his father, Roy Volk. Part of his activities have included numerous real estate developments, including both residential and commercial projects. He continues to maintain his Real Estate Brokers license.
Today, Jim has the title of CEO/Chairman after Michael Groff's promotion to President in November, 2005. Jim continues to be active in the management of Wallick & Volk.
Dave Heuermann started his mortgage banking career as a loan officer in 1985 with Sun State Savings in Phoenix. He has originated retail mortgages as a banker and as a broker, managed retail mortgage branches for mortgage bankers and a commercial bank, and at all levels of management. Dave started a privately held mortgage banking company that provided lending services throughout the southwest through its 11 branches and its wholesale channel. Dave sold this company at the top of the market in 2005.
Dave is Past-President of the Arizona Mortgage Lenders Assoc. and has served on multiple bank and Realtor association boards.
Dave is proud of the elite nature of the Wallick & Volk team and has enjoyed participating in the success experienced here since he joined them in 2007.
Foreclosure Inventory Down 37 Percent Over The Last Year!
According to the latest CoreLogic National Foreclosure Report, “approximately 660,000 homes in the US were in some state of foreclosure as of May 2014”. This figure is down 37% from the 1 million homes in May of 2013. May marked the 31st ... Read more
A recent survey by Zelman & Associates revealed that 38% of those between the ages of 25-29 years old and 42% of those between the ages of 30-34 years old believe that a minimum of 15% is required as a down payment to purchase a home. A recent qu... Read More
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Wallick & Volk Mortgage announced their $5,000 donation to Youth Alternatives – Cheyenne, WY, a family-centered program designed to respond to the needs of children ages 5-18 in Cheyenne and surrounding communities. Youth in our program are... Read More
American consumers’ perception of the residential real estate market was revealed in a recent survey by Edelman Berland. They interviewed 2,500 Americans who are “in the market” to buy or sell a home. Respondents were between 25-64 ... Read More