For Harrison each loan isn’t just about completing a transaction, but about understanding and building an ongoing relationship with every client. He works to get to know each of his clients in order to fully understand their financial goals and to help them find the best financing to fit them now and in the future. With over 5 years in the mortgage industry, Harrison is knowledgeable in FHA, Conventional, Jumbo, Investment, and specialty Portfolio loans. In a previous role he also received a National Achiever award in 2015, 2017, 2018, and 2019.
There are many facets to home lending and Harrison is devoted helping his clients with every need. For many it is the key to their first home as they plan to build a family or the door to a larger home as their family grows. Others utilize it as a tool to further their investment and real estate portfolio. Regardless of how a home loan serves in the moment, it ultimately provides the ability to have land ownership and build equity for generations to come.
Harrison’s family moved to the Puget Sound area of the Pacific Northwest in 2001, but his time there was short lived as he decided to travel the world and pursue a bachelor's degree in Saint Petersburg, Russia. He later earned an MBA from the University of Missouri and worked in the Midwest as an International Distribution Analyst for two years. Harrison moved back to the Puget Sound area in 2015 to find the Seattle metro area had changed dramatically over the years. While working in banking for the last six years, he realized that his passion is to help people get a stake in this area through real estate ownership, regardless of how easy or difficult it can be.
In his free time Harrison enjoys spending time with his family, testing out various restaurants and watching football. In the summer, he actively explores various rivers and creeks in the Puget Sound area looking for gold nuggets and flakes. In the winter he tends to stay indoors, cozy with his family and playing Legos with his daughter.
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