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Mike Burns

Regional Vice President - Washington  |  NMLS - 320428  | 

Licensed in Washington

About Mike Burns

Mike obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in business administration with a major in finance from Central Washington University and jumped into a successful career in the wine distribution business. Over the past 30 years, Mike has received recognition as a 15 time Mortgage Originator Magazine Top 100 originator, 25 time Chairman’s Circle member, and a two time National Originator of the Year. He has also been a Seattle Police reserve officer for the last 20 years and currently serves as an executive board member on the Seattle Police Foundation.

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