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I have done, and continue to be interested in, a lot of different things in my life so my near 25-year career in the mortgage industry has made a lot of sense: it allows me to engage and interact with people. Everyone has an interesting story and I love that; being a center of influence that is based on learning and knowledge. I absolutely embrace the challenge of problem solving, of applying a cerebral answer to something and experiencing the benefit of that process. This is MY industry and I have tremendous passion for it. Experiencing the gratitude of a new homeowner is exhilarating.
In April of 2009, I arrived at Shamrock Financial after owning Civic Mortgage Group for many years. The transition to a Direct Lender was a necessary one in this industry.
I have a knack for knowledge and its use within my daily job duties and the ability to retain information that relates to industry guidelines and the economic changes that affect them; and then using that knowledge to solve problems. Because of my large knowledge base, professionals in other fields consider me a Center of Influence and often reach out to ask questions.
What’s the one problem you are best at solving for your clients?
Determining the best approach to get each client approved is one of the greatest problems I’m best at solving. For someone who cannot purchase or refinance at that moment, I educate them about the steps they need to take for the shortest path to success.
Whom have you worked with in the past?
I have worked with several condominium associations and helped them become compliant within the strict rules of condominium lending; this has enhanced the associations’ ability to sell their units, not to mention maximizing the values of each one. I have written articles for a national condominium periodical as well. The arena of condominium lending is something that I have a certain level of expertise in.
What are you passionate about in your off time?
Personally, among many other things, I enjoy tennis, table soccer, golf, fishing, kayaking, hiking and just aimless exploration.
Where did you grow up and are you still there?
I grew up in the Bay Area in sunny California and arrived in New England just after Christmas 1991.
My older daughter has a rare disease. Her mother started a foundation that benefits those afflicted with rare diseases and their families.
Are there any awards or accomplishments you wish to mention?
I have written articles for a national condominium periodical; the arena of condominium lending is something that I have a certain level of expertise.