3 Tips on Choosing the Right Paint Color for Your Space (Plus Bonus Tips!) In a home, few things are scarier — and more fun — than a blank wall. There are plenty of ways to address it, but if you’re here, you’ve probably decided on painting. Good for you! […]
With almost twenty years in the mortgage business and over two-thirds of that time spent directly with GoPrime, Jason has just the experience you need to find the perfect loan for you and your family. Working out of the Williamsburg branch in Virginia, Jason specializes in military and veteran’s loans. This allows Jason to care for those who selflessly serve our country. He works meticulously to ensure all the details are taken care of for his customers so they can focus on what is important: transitioning back to civilian life.
Even for those who are not coming out of the military, the home buying process can be stressful. Jason’s care and concern for helping his clients with that process earned him the title, “Loan Officer of the Year” twice. This is because Jason values communication and as one of his clients, he will ensure you are kept in the know throughout the entire process.
With two boys and a beautiful Great Dane named Stella, Jason’s family is the most important thing to him, and he knows yours is too. That’s why he will take the time to understand every buyer’s goals, and will help you find a loan that is best for your individual scenario. If you are interested in learning more about the loan process, call or email Jason York today!
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