Welcome to
PCL Financial Group

We are a full service lender with an experienced staff offering expertise in every area of mortgage lending…from purchase and refinance to reverse mortgages, construction and commercial property lending. We offer a full range of mortgage resources, dedicated to providing you with the right loan for your unique needs.
Mark Klein



Direct: 818-865-0600

Fax: 818-936-0703

Sean Nowak

Senior Loan Officer


Direct: 805-732-9022

Pattye Zeto

VP, Client Relations


Direct: 818-696-8226

Fax: 818-936-0784

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Tim McPhillips

VP of Sales & Business Development


Direct: 818-613-7767

Fax: 818-854-7660

Josh Lampel

Senior Loan Officer


Direct: 818-696-8225

Fax: 818-936-0725

Kevin Gusinow, Senior Loan-Officer at PCL Financial Group
Kevin Gusinow

Senior Loan Officer


Direct: 818-929-2660

Fax: 888-380-0486

Arturo Montalvo

Loan Officer


Direct: 818-865-0600

cell: 805-317-5524

Marcos Morales

Loan Officer


Direct: 818-696-8235

Fax: 888-988-9414

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Jedd Nabonsal

Loan Officer


Direct: 310-433-1703

Fax: 888-988-9414

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Doug Waldman

Loan Officer


Direct: 805-231-1644

Fax: 888-988-9414

Kelly Smith

VP Sales Support


Direct: 818-696-8230

Fax: 818-936-0754

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Recently, the local region's subcommittee held a meeting using videoconferencing and discussed a new version Home Buyer Assistance Program. The Home Buyer Assistance Program has been designed to help first-time homebuyers by providing a down payment of up to $25,000. The funding for the Home Buyer Assistance Program is going to come from the city's reparations fund.
Economic readings released last week included construction spending, public and private-sector job growth, and government reports on initial and continuing jobless claims. Freddie Mac also released its weekly report on average mortgage rates.