Justin P. Dunn

Market President
Raleigh, North Carolina

Justin Dunn is a founding member of the HomeTrust Loan Production Office in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Justin has been working with the same HomeTrust team of John Sprink, Darrin Williams, and Tom Quinn for about two decades, and calls it “one of the best professional decisions he has ever made.”

He is still amazed he’s been able to work cohesively with the same team for so long, and he’s grateful to his teammates for trusting one another’s ability. He also appreciates the vision of HomeTrust’s leadership and its shareholders.

Founded in 2014, Raleigh’s Glen Lake office is one of the bank’s largest profit centers and has spurred Business and Retail Centers in the North Hills neighborhood as well as in Cary, North Carolina.

Justin develops and manages commercial relationships with small and middle market clients and specializes in builder financing, residential acquisition and development financing, commercial real estate development and investment, and commercial and industrial needs. In addition, he focuses on deposit sourcing and partnerships with other Sales Teams including SBA, Treasury Management, and Residential Mortgage Loan Originators.

While much has changed over the years, Justin is proud the same Raleigh team continues to serve its loyal clientele while providing strong returns for the bank.

Justin has been in community banking in the Raleigh area for over 20 years. He graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science from North Carolina State University and currently serves on the Board of Governors of North Ridge Country Club, where he co-chairs its Finance Committee and Grounds Committee. He is also a member of the North Carolina State Wolfpack Club.

Justin enjoys spending time with friends and family, including his wife, two children, parents, niece, and nephew. He also enjoys playing golf and attending football and basketball games at NC State.

As for his longtime banking team, he is hoping to pass on what they’ve learned as HomeTrust now expands in other emerging markets throughout the Southeast. He believes the best is yet to come.