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Jared Maxwell

Embrace Home Loans Corporate
02842

25 Enterprise Center

Middletown, RI 02842

800-333-3004

About Jared

As a Team Leader and Vice President for Embrace Home Loans, Jared is responsible for leading a group of loan officers. From working with them to overcome difficult hurdles to coaching them on how to provide great customer care, they work together to help our customers achieve their financial goals. He feels it brings a tremendous amount of satisfaction to experience the joy of helping a client get into a new home, get cash for a new kitchen, reduce their interest rate, or eliminate credit card debt! Over his 9 year tenure with Embrace, Jared has received the President’s Award in 2009 and was named Teammate of the Year in 2008. His high achievement and production has earned him the recognition of All Star for 8 straight years – 3 as a Loan Officer and 5 as a Team Leader.

Prior to joining Embrace, Jared worked as an analyst in Government Relations for Stream International. Jared played varsity football at Assumption College where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BA in Political Science and Communications. A native of Middleboro, MA, Jared currently lives in Marion, MA with his wife Heidi and two sons, Noah and Landon. In his spare time, he coaches youth baseball, basketball, and football in the Tri-Town area of Marion, Mattapoisett, and Rochester. An avid member of MORPAC, Jared is also on the board of directors for Old Rochester Little League.

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