Embrace Home Loans Corporate
25 Enterprise Center
Middletown, RI 02842
Jeff joined the Embrace Home Loans family as a loan officer in 2019. Prior to arriving at Embrace, Jeff held key leadership positions in various sales, human services, and educational fields. Whether as an educator, mentor, coach, trainer, consultant, or Sales and Operations manager, Jeff has built a reputation as a dynamic, hardworking, passionate team player and problem solver. He’s an effective communicator with diverse age groups, socio-economic backgrounds, and national origins.
Jeff specializes in originating refinance and purchase loans. Whether you’re looking to purchase your first house or are an experienced homeowner, he’ll be your go-to guy from start to finish. He provides loans that cater to his individual customer’s profile, such as improving monthly cash flow, lowering monthly mortgage payments, and providing flexibility for long-term financial planning, and he’ll answer any questions you may have. Jeff strives to enhance not just your home buying experience, but your overall quality of life.
Originally from Queens, New York, Jeff has lived in several different states including New Jersey, Florida, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Management/Psychology from Bryant University. He’s also completing his master’s in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Southern New Hampshire University. In his spare time, Jeff enjoys volunteering his time at local nonprofits, playing basketball, yoga, photography, cooking, and attending sporting events. One of Jeff’s biggest goals in life is start his own foundation for inner city youth. He would love to hear from you and help you with all your mortgage needs!
Rates Hit New Low as Refis Jump Once Again
Mortgage rates hit another record low this week, and it sent refinances surging. According to the latest report from the Mortgage Bankers Association, refinance applications jumped 5% and are now 79% higher than a year ago. Purchase loan applications were up, too, rising 4% from the previous week. They’re now 19% higher than one year…Read More