Tucson By Choice!

PICK ME! (...and Enjoy The Fantasy Football Video)

More than 260,000 loan officers have left the business because of one reason or another in the past twelve months.  I'm posting this on Localism.com in Tucson, AZ because I'm not one of those.  I want your business if you're buying a home or refinancing in Arizona.  Here's what you get when you pick Mike in Tucson as your preferred Tucson, AZ mortgage lender:

  1. I show up on time.
  2. I do what I say I'm going to do.
  3. I finish what I start.
  4. If I mess up, I fess up and fix it.

This is my chosen profession.  I don't have to take a class on ethics to figure out how to act in an ethical manner.  My folks raised me (back in the dark ages) to take responsibility and tell the truth.  

  •   That way...
    • I don't have to screen my calls to avoid angry clients.
    • I don't wonder if my loans will close on time.   ...or at all.
    • My clients become my friends.
    • My REALTOR friends keep on referring me business.

 PICK ME!    (My website is www.MikeInTucson.com)

I'm Mike in Tucson, your preferred Tucson, AZ Mortgage lender.
Mike Jones (Tucson Mortgage Company, LLC): Loan Officer in Tucson, Pima County, Arizona
Think of me as your Tucson mortgage expert.

Call me if I can help you with a mortgage to buy your next house or refinance the one you have: 
(520) 349-9090

Comment balloon 12 commentsMike Jones • February 06 2009 02:21PM
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