In a data-driven world, I provide my customers with a personal experience from our first conversation to closing…and throughout the life of your loan. I honed my listening skills through 25 years in the non-profit sector focusing on other people’s needs, so whether you are a first-time homebuyer, refinancing, purchasing an investment/ second property, or accessing the equity in your home, you can be confident that I have your best interest in mind. My goal is to protect your most valuable asset, help you make informed financial decisions, and help you build wealth throughout the life of your loan.
Getting the best mortgage is not rocket science, but it can be complicated. You need a person you can trust to explain the ins and outs (as well as the ups and the downs!) of the process.
Local involvement and volunteerism are a huge part of who I am. I am proud to be part of Blue Water’s partnership with The Pass Along Project. Other local non-profits that I am involved in include:
Teen Challenge – recovery from drug and substance addiction
Amirah House – helping local women thrive after human trafficking and exploitation
Operation Blessing – supporting those in poverty and crisis on the Seacoast
A little more about me:
Family: I am married to Jennifer and have three children.
College/Background: Wheaton College (’95)
Plans at Blue Water: I came to Blue Water because they are the best in the business! My plans are to contribute to the synergy in the office with professionalism, dedication, and expertise.
Favorite activity: Anything active and outside…walking, hiking, running, skiing. Also travel…
Do you like to travel? If so, what’s your favorite destination? I love to travel! I lived in Europe for 5 years and traveled quite a bit in Central, Eastern and Southern Europe. Most recently, I traveled to Thailand and Laos and would love to explore more of Southeast Asia.
Favorite local spot? Anywhere at the ocean.
Where do you reside? I lived in Hampton Falls for 11 years before relocating recently to Dover.
Something people don’t know about you? I lived in West Germany in 1989 when The Wall fell. That was a crazy surreal experience.