Signet Mortgage Corporation has chosen Bown Crossing and Boise as home to its latest branch office, positioning the brokerage to provide high-end service to clients in Idaho and the Pacific Northwest with residential and commercial real estate loans
May 26, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Signet Mortgage Corporation has chosen Bown Crossing and Boise as home to its latest branch office, positioning the brokerage to provide high-end service to clients in Idaho, Utah, Oregon, Washington and California with residential and commercial real estate loans.
The Danville, Calif., mortgage brokerage has a history of helping clients cross even the most challenging finish lines.
"Most of our brokers are current--or former--CPAs," said Clay Selland, Signet's president and founder. "We don't shrink from doing the analysis and legwork to get hard deals done. We appointed Dave Woodland as Boise Success Center Manager because of his professional experience and get-it-done attitude."
Hard-to-do loans such as Purchase Reverse Mortgages, Professional Practice (so-called "Doctor Loans"), HomeStyle Renovation/Remodel Loans as well as ground-up Custom Construction Loans are regular fare for the Boise location. This is welcome news.
"Dave and Signet Mortgage impressed us with their breadth and depth of creative and helpful loan options" confirmed Braden Jesser, Executive Committee member at Amherst Madison Distinctive Real Estate a client-focused service firm in Meridian and Eagle.
Speaking of the decision to locate in Boise, manager Dave Woodland said, "We are thrilled to become part of the vibrant and growing communities here. We have already built strong relationships with quality, like-minded organizations in the Treasure Valley and take great pleasure in referring our friends to businesses that really impress us."
With that in mind, Signet initiated a website called www.whatweLOVEaboutBoise.com to tout the businesses and venues of exceptional local organizations.
"Boise is a special place and we intend to grow alongside other great organizations," Woodland said.