About Mark Irwin
With more than 40 years of experience in the lending industry, Mark Irwin has counseled over a thousand families on how to purchase and refinance their homes. The majority of his business comes from repeat clients, client referrals and realtors referrals.
As you know, the mortgage industry has changed immensely. How do you know who will best help you through the lending process with honesty and integrity? Now, more than ever, you need a family-oriented mortgage specialist who will work in your best interest while you make one of the biggest decisions of your life. Mark’s repeat customers appreciate his honest and straightforward approach, saying that his attention to detail made complex transactions effortless. Additionally, Mark will help you discover how your mortgage can be a valuable financial tool that can provide security for your family.
Mark has been investing in real estate for more than 35 years, with experience including buying, selling and fix/flipping investment properties, working with both novice and experienced investors, property managers and contractors. Mark has personally financed his own investments with 1031 exchanges, conventional financing & alternative forms of financing. Mark is also a VA specialist in both the Federal VA and the ORVET (OVDA) loan programs.
Mark Irwin and Jennifer Stanford were incredible to work with. As a first time home buyer, their knowledge and patience was refreshing. Not only did they get me the best rate but they answered all my questions to help me understand the entire process. I highly recommend working with Directors!Beckie L.6/30/2020
Mortgage Education Center
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