Josh WiscovitchMortgage Loan Originator | NMLS 1597243
About Josh Wiscovitch
With longevity comes experience. Having 15 years of mortgage know how, New Loan Officer is here to guide you through the home buying process. New Loan Officer will make every effort to make the mortgage process understandable and as easy as possible. New Loan Officer understands the importance of communication throughout the process and looks forward assisting you through the navigation of the mortgage process.
New Loan Officer worked closely with home owners during the housing crisis from 2007 and beyond to help families find the right program, loan and payment to fit their budget.
New Loan Officer’s passion is to help home owners understand their mortgage options to best fit their needs and as a licensed Loan Officer in the state of Arizona.
New Loan Officer was born in Northern California just outside the beautiful Napa Valley Vineyards, and moved to Arizona in 1994. New Loan Officer and his wife have two daughters. New Loan Officer enjoys a good Diamondback game and coaches his daughters’ soccer team.
New Loan Officer’s mortgage wisdom includes:
• Loan origination
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