Chase Hoffman

NMLS ID: 1653980

Mortgage Banker

Hometown: Brandon, SD
Education: University of South Dakota

I’m grateful that First National took a chance on me in 2016, when I applied for a job on the recommendation of a teammate at our Brandon location.

I had opened my very first account with FNB as a kid, so joining the team became a full-circle moment.

Now with eight years of mortgage banking experience, a couple of my areas of expertise include first-time homebuying and construction loans. But, I look forward to working with anyone who wants to buy, build, refinance, or remodel.

Playing a role in someone getting their dream home is a special privilege to me; it just might be the largest transaction you will ever make, and I find joy in guiding others through that intensive process.

I married my wife, Ashley — who also works at FNB — in 2013 (ask me how I proposed!). We have a beautiful daughter, Finley, and two pets, Kola the dog and Meeko the cat.

You can often find me mentoring with and teaching home-buyer education at Lutheran Social Services, volunteering at Feeding South Dakota and Rake the Town, and doing leisure activities like golfing, fishing, riding my motorcycle, and cheering on the Minnesota Vikings.

I’m also a board member for the Curious Music Collective and serve on advisory boards at Celebrate Community Church of Brandon and the South Dakota Black Chamber of Commerce.

Let me know if you want to get coffee sometime — because at my core, I’m just an extrovert whose battery is filled by time with others and sharing a cup of joe and a laugh!




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