Jason is Regional Manager for Citywide’s Pacific Northwest Region. In this role, Jason supports the Region’s branch teams while also helping expand Citywide’s footprint to better serve families and communities throughout Washington and Oregon.
For 27 years, Jason has been an advocate for consumers and the mortgage industry, helping ensure a healthy and competitive lending environment. Currently, he serves on the Board of the Washington Association of Mortgage Professionals. He served as President of the organization in 2016, 2009 and 2008 and as Treasurer in 2018. Jason also served on the Washington State Mortgage Broker Commission from 2008 to 2010, Chairing it in 2009 and 2010.
Supporting the local community has always been important to Jason and his family. This support has come in many forms over the years. Currently, Jason serves on the Board of Directors for the Boys And Girls Clubs of King County. He also Chairs the organization’s Presidents Council. Jason also serves as a member of the Ballard Rotary Club in Seattle, volunteering time with multiple local non-profits.
Jason and his wife have lived in Seattle since 1992. For the past 18 years they have lived in Ballard with their three kids and dog Murdoch.
Licensed by the Department of Financial Protection and Innovation Under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act RMLA #4131296. California Finance Lenders Law License #6031344
Washington Consumer Loan Company License #CL-67180.
Traditional loan programs that usually require at least 5% down and offer competitive interest rates. Documentation and fair-to-good credit are necessary.
Offers long term home loans to active duty US Military service members, eligible American veterans and reserves or their surviving spouses. Citywide offers reduced fees on VA Loans and even has Veteran Loan Officers on staff that can assist you with your VA Loan.
A short term interim loan for financing the cost of new home construction. The loan is made directly to the borrower and managed by Citywide’s experienced Construction Department.
Programs that offer 100% financing to first time and repeat homebuyers. These low cost, low interest mortgage programs enable more people to invest in their own homes.
USDA programs that provide homeownership opportunities to individuals in qualifying rural areas.
Loan programs that offer financing for loan amounts greater than the convention or high balance limits.
FHA-insured loans require very little cash investment to close a loan as well as offering more flexibility in calculating household income and payment ratios.
Designed to create opportunities to repair or improve existing homes and increase the value of the home in a single mortgage with low, fully amortized, rates.
Loan programs and grants designed to help homebuyers with a portion of, or all of, the down payment required to purchase their new home.
A variable rate mortgage, ARMs typically have a lower initial rate than a fixed-rate mortgage. A cap limits the increases in P&I at each adjustment.
An interest-only loan is a loan in which, for a set term, the borrower pays only the interest on the principal balance, with the principal balance unchanged.
Commonly referred to as a piggyback loan, 80/10/10 eliminates the needs for the borrower to pay private mortgage insurance (PMI).
For those 62 years of age or older, a Reverse mortgage allows you to convert part of the equity in your home into cash without having to sell your home or pay additional monthly bills.
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