George G. Caballero co-founded Home Servicing, LLC in 2005. Before forming Home Servicing, he was the sole shareholder of Caballero Law Firm. Under his direction, the firm was engaged in the general practice of law, including real estate foreclosures and closings, collections, contracts, business organizations and employment law.
Additionally, the firm successfully obtained mortgage lending and broker licensing for numerous companies. Caballero was counsel to both businesses and individuals in both Truth in Lending and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act litigation.
Caballero, a graduate of the Mississippi College School of Law, has over 17 years of legal experience. He received his undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University. During law school he clerked for a prestigious law firm that concentrated its practice in real estate foreclosures and litigated collection matters.
From 1983-1989, Caballero acquired, renovated and sold single-family residential houses. During this period he managed over three hundred low and middle-income single-family rental units including leasing, collecting rents, evictions and oversight of maintenance. Additionally, Caballero was the general manager of the on-site managers of numerous multi-unit residential apartment complexes and mobile home parks.
Caballero serves on numerous boards and volunteers with the Knights of Columbus. Presently he serves as a board member of the Pollard Estates Civic Association. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, St. Aloysius School and the Baton Rouge Bar Association pro Bono Panel have each benefited from Caballero’s support. He is the former panel chair oif the BR Bar Association and was recognized as a Triple Century Recipient. Caballero has served as a volunteer soccer and little league baseball coach. Currently, the causes that Caballero is supporting include: Juvenile Diabetes, St. Jude Hospital, Battered Woman's Shelter, New Orleans Children's Hospital, Boys/Girls Hope, American Diabetes Association, American Cancer Society, ALS Association, Catholic Charities and the St. Aloysius Church and School.