About Us


  • Owner/Founder
  • 20 years mortgaging experience

"Let me explain. No. There's too much. Let me sum up."*

When I was 17 I had a encounter with Jesus and it transformed my life. Since then that transformation has been lived out in many different ways. Jesus once said "more important than any other thing, love me and love people." So then the question is "what does it mean to truly love people?" Ask a lot of different people and you will get a lot of different answers. I believe a common theme would be helping people and serving people.

What could that look like in the mortgage business? I help and serve every client by giving honest answers, my expertise and very good pricing. Giving half of what I make to charity on each loan is taking it a step further. Honestly, helping people (loving people) is more important to me than making money. I've been blessed already and have enough. My aim is not to make as much money as possible but in "doing the most good". (Salvation Army slogan) How can I love people in the greatest way possible? For my mortgage business, I believe this is it: offer a great mortgage product, my expertise and honest advice at competitive pricing so I can give away more money.

tim wolsborn - good deeds mortgage
*Without asking anyone or using any kind of book, website, search engine, etc., what movie is this from and what is the characters name?
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And remember, this is for posterity so be honest."

"Honestly, helping people (loving people) is more important to me than making money"