William "BIll" Halick
Aceltis Financial Group
REAL ESTATE/MORTGAGE SERVICES
William was raised in New Jersey and resides in Montclair, NJ. He holds a BA in History and a minor in International Studies. He has recently completed a Masters of Business Administration from Rutgers University. William has also taken courses on Mortgage Backed Securities at the New York Institute of Finance. He began his career at Foxtons Financial, a real estate and mortgage company, then served as an Account Executive with JPMorganChase in their wholesale mortgage lending division, and ultimately founded Aceltis Financial Group in 2003, a licensed mortgage brokerage, where he is the company’s CEO. His company operates from the Square One CoWorks in Bloomfield, NJ.
William has enjoyed living in Europe owns property abroad and speaks fluent Spanish. Having lived and traveled around the world, he has a fondness for people which translates into a sincere business experience. He hopes to continue working in the real estate and mortgage banking fields and continue to grow the company.
- First Time Mortgages 90%
- Refinancing 75%
- Being Awesome 100%
About Bill Halicks’ Real Estate/Mortgage Services
William “Bill” Halick has been involved in real estate and real estate finance since 2001. He took up the field because he was always interested in buying and financing property, and turned his passion into a successful career.
Today William’s real estate expertise and philosophy revolves around the financial underpinnings of property ownership. Strategic long-term decision making that encompasses the financial structuring of the deal in order to maximize value and minimize risk. “A client’s decision for buying will impact how and why a deal should be structured in a certain way,” he says. “Living in a high tax, high price region such as the Tri-State area has led me to distill property ownership to trade-off between privacy and freedom and one’s tolerance for risk.” “It is so important to have a serious long term strategy before you go out and start shopping for homes—you’ve got think things through to have the full picture of what you’re getting into.”