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Leading loan originator serving clients and partners across the United States. Whether you are buying your first home, your next home, or an investment property, I bring a wealth of knowledge to the table. I have helped thousands of home buyers buy and finance real estate. From jumbo and conventional loans to FHA and VA loans, I’m a mortgage expert and will help you find the right product for your plans.

My vast client base gives me an understanding of what personal real estate financing is all about. I’ve helped professional athletes, business owners, relocation buyers, downsizing owners, and first-time home buyers achieve their dreams. I work with many agents, builders, CPAs and attorneys to help my clients and grow my partners’ business. My goal is to achieve great results by addressing issues upfront and tailoring your loan to your individual needs. No matter your situation, you can count on world-class service.

From application to closing, I will provide a guiding hand. You’ll get a detailed explanation of the loan process, updates throughout the transaction, and an on-time closing. I look forward to providing you with the exceptional mortgage experience you deserve.

My wife, Danielle, and I have two kids, a big dog, and live in Parkland, Florida. When I’m not in the office, you’ll see me spending time with my family or on the pitch coaching my son’s teams.

I am an active supporter of various cancer awareness charities and an active speaker, supporter and teacher for many financial literacy workshops.

Finne-Ipsen playing their best at the best time https://burghampark.co.uk/finne-ipsen-playing-their-best-at-the-best-time/ Thu, 19 May 2022 21:03:57 +0000 https://burghampark.co.uk/finne-ipsen-playing-their-best-at-the-best-time/

Finne-Ipsen, who is only three grades (B, A-, A-) from a perfect 4.0 average for his entire college career, was nothing short of spectacular in class. She has twice won the Bonnie Cone Award (in 2020 and 2021) for Outstanding All-Around Student Athlete at UNC Charlotte. The Cone Award is given to the UNCC student-athlete who has achieved the highest cumulative grade point average during the year. Finne-Ipsen was also named to the Scholar-Athlete Team by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association twice during her career.

Academically at Florida State, she earned President’s List Honors (4.0 GPA) and Dean’s List Honors (3.5+) in her two semesters as than Seminole and has a career GPA of 3.956.

“I’m super excited to graduate in December,” Finne-Ipsen said. “Earning a degree while playing high-level sport is something I’m very proud of, and I know my family is too. I’m particularly proud of having graduated while being in another country and away from my family.

Finne-Ipsen’s most significant contribution to Florida State’s success and the No. 10 national ranking almost certainly lies in his ability to quickly and seamlessly assimilate into the family culture that is so important to the Seminole program.

Her contributions as a teammate were quickly realized by senior Beatrice Wallin.

“Cece is a great teammate,” said three-time All-American Wallin. “Having him in the lineup last week (at regionals) was great, and his hard work paid off. I think good golf from any of our players helps the team build confidence, especially for the Nationals starting Friday. I think we all have confidence and know what we are capable of. We are all very excited to start playing, and I think Cece and all of our players will do very well. I can’t wait to play alongside all my teammates. »

Finne-Ipsen’s goal is to play professional golf and will attend the LPGA’s Q-School in the fall in hopes of earning her pro status.

Over the next week, she will focus on the deep bunkers that guard the greens crowned on the Raptor course at Grayhawk.

“What excites me the most is having the chance to compete against the best female golfers at the collegiate level and having the opportunity to play for a national championship with my teammates,” Finne-Ipsen said. “I have to play the course to my strengths and then do my best.”

FAIRWAYS: Gather your team https://burghampark.co.uk/fairways-gather-your-team/ Wed, 18 May 2022 16:51:04 +0000 https://burghampark.co.uk/fairways-gather-your-team/

Overview of this season’s charity outings

“Golf isn’t about scoring. It’s about who you play with.

Megan Sarkis and her family use this quote every year to promote the Jim Sarkis Memorial Golf Classic, a fundraiser for Door CANcer and other local charities.

But this slogan is relevant to many golfers at this time of year, as they gather their weekend foursomes, prepare for league games on the home course or make appointments to participate in fundraisers. funds for good causes.

A year ago, golf outings were barely reappearing in the county after a year-long hiatus for pandemic protocols. Charity outings are back in force this year, however.

Here are a few we’ve found so far:

Sunday May 22 — Gibraltar Booster Club/Ephraim Men’s Club 9-Hole Golf Scramble, 11 a.m. tee time, Peninsula State Park Golf Course. The donation is $80 per player ($70 for Peninsula members, $60 for Gibraltar students). It’s for teams of four players, with pricing for men’s, women’s, mixed teams, and more. Forms and information available at the Peninsula Clubhouse.

tuesday june 14 — 13and Boys and Girls Club of Door County Celebrity Golf Outing Horseshoe Bay Golf Club. In addition to community members, former Green Bay Packers flock to this outing. The fundraiser and this cause are attracting overwhelming support from businesses in northeast Wisconsin, ranging from Jim Olson Motors to Portside Builders, including Portside retiree Fran Shefchik.

Celebrities entered include Jerry Kramer, Mark Tauscher, Paul Coffman, Harry Sydney III, Dave Robinson, Bart Starr Jr., Chris Jacke and Don Warren.

“It’s a big event. It’s our main fundraiser,” Shefchik said. “It really helps us provide the services we provide for children here in Door County.”

These programs include an on-site and Crossroads summer camp and after-school programs, helping boys and girls with homework, socializing, and playing sports and games in the gymnasium and indoor grass recreation room synthetic. The club also offers dinners three or four nights a week and sends backpacks with food home with children in need. The club also has counselors with a background in psychology to watch for warning signs and problems. Shefchik said the counselors do a great job of noticing issues, problems, or struggles kids have, and they do a great job of making those “kids feel good about themselves.”

Shefchik said there was only room for two more foursomes as of May 12, but many $75 dinner tickets remained available. To register, call the Boys and Girls Club at (920) 818-1046.

Monday, June 20 – Door County Charities Annual Jim Sarkis Memorial Golf Classic at Horseshoe Bay Golf Club. Proceeds benefit Door CANcer and other local charities. For more information, call (920) 493-87778 or (920) 888-0779. Registration at 9 a.m.

Monday, June 20 — Tavern League outing, $250 per team, registration at 10 a.m. Forms available at Idlewild.

Saturday July 9 — Aloha Scramble, 8 a.m. Inquire at Idlewild.

Monday July 25 — 20and annual Golf by the Bay fundraiser for Door Y County, which offers programs in Door and Kewaunee counties. The one-day YMCA event is a 36-hole course for four to eight golfers per team, with tee times available in the morning or afternoon. Call 920.743.4949 to participate, sponsor or volunteer. Some quartets play all 36, some only play in the morning, and others bring in replacements. The Y didn’t start promoting this year’s event until mid-May, but the ability to play all day at the exclusive club usually translates to a full field by late June. The price, at $1,000 per team for the full day and $600 for half, might seem high. However, tee times at world-class courses often cost $160 or more, and that fee doesn’t come with food, prizes, or a chance to play for a cause. The giveaway also covers all matches on the course (such as mulligans closest to the pin and benchmark mulligans).

To register, call Megan Schneider at the Fish Creek Y location, (920) 868-3660.

The Y event raises approximately $40,000 annually and helps subsidize memberships and access to YMCA programs that many families and youth could not otherwise afford. Only a few of the Y’s contributions to the community include summer day programs and serving 105,000 meals for children and seniors in 2021, about 180 a day during the school year and about 600 a day. in the summer, said fundraising director Alyssa Dantoin.

Saturday July 30 – Released from Door County Community Child Development Center, Idlewild. Forms available at Idlewild. Watch for details on the local daycare’s Facebook page or call (920) 818-0877.

Sunday October 2 – Eighth Annual Little Eddie Big Cup, Peninsula State Park. Started by late golf buddies Ed Strege, Ivan Bridenhagen and James Larsen, it’s always the Sunday before Columbus Day weekend. The tournament benefits the Mental Health Awareness Fund, a component of the Door County Community Foundation, which promotes mental health awareness, education and provides mental health care. Also, people can donate to the Ed Strege Memorial Fund. Learn more about [email protected] or the peninsula.

Looking to play the Nor-Dor league?

Many leagues have already started the season and had spots filled even before some courses opened.

However, the popular Nor-Dor Men’s Golf League welcomes newcomers and all returning players to the weekly nine-hole match play event at Maxwelton Braes Golf Course. League play begins May 25. It’s a tee shot every Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. Alternates can sign up to substitute, league operator Mike Novotny said at 920.421.2929 or [email protected] The fee for the full year is $45.

Cost of living deals: Save at Frankie and Benny’s and Bella Italia or get a FREE Whopper at Burger King this week https://burghampark.co.uk/cost-of-living-deals-save-at-frankie-and-bennys-and-bella-italia-or-get-a-free-whopper-at-burger-king-this-week/ Wed, 18 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://burghampark.co.uk/cost-of-living-deals-save-at-frankie-and-bennys-and-bella-italia-or-get-a-free-whopper-at-burger-king-this-week/

Get ready for this week’s money saving offers as we try to lower the cost of living for families looking to stretch their budget a bit.

If you’re in the mood to eat out this week, we’ve got three deals to choose from, including a completely FREE burger – but you’ll need to be quick as the deal is only available today (May 18). All offers are correct on May 17.

1. From this free burger you will need to head to your Nearest Burger King to take advantage of this offer. This deal is about as good as it gets for simplicity – get your voucher, step into a Burger King, and get your free Whopper with no further purchases necessary. To participate tomorrow, or Whopper Day as BK calls it, you’ll need to download Burger King’s app via Google Play here or AppStore here. and get your printable voucher. The Whopper is usually priced at £5.49, so it’s a bargain, and you can also use Burger King’s plant-based burger deal. BK has five branches in Newcastle alone, plus restaurants in Metrocentre, Sunderland and Durham, so you shouldn’t have to travel too far to take advantage of them.

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2. If you are vegetarian or vegan – or just like to eat without meat – At Frankie and Benny’s is offering 50% off all vegetarian and vegan dishes every day this week. There’s no minimum spend or voucher, and the offer is automatically applied to your bill and is available from opening hours until restaurants close. The case – to celebrate National Vegetarian Week until May 22, could save you a decent amount, as it’s available on sides, starters and main courses, so you could get £25 worth of food for just £12.50. It cannot be used on take-out or delivery orders, and it is not valid on the children’s menu. Frankie and Benny’s has branches in Eldon Square, Newcastle and Metrocentre.

3. Stay with Italian cuisine, Beautiful Italy 50% off main courses at all its restaurants Monday to Thursday, including those in Eldon Square, Metrocentre and Darlington in Newcastle. To benefit from the offer, available from 12 p.m. until the restaurants close, you must enter your email address on their site and you will receive a code. Then show it to your waiter or waitress to get the discount. The dish costs up to £15.99 and this offer is valid on tables of up to six people. The code can only be used once and cannot be used in conjunction with other offers such as set menus, partner offers or Tesco Clubcard vouchers.

4. To burn off all that food, Q-Hotels is offering a free day pass to 20 health clubs in the UK, including the one at Slaley Hall, near Hexham, Northumberland. To get yours, fill in your details on the Q-Hotels website and you will receive a voucher by e-mail. The trial pass entitles you to use a Q-Hotels group health club for one day, but you must call ahead to arrange your visit. The trial pass allows its holder to use the facilities for free, but some facilities may be chargeable.

5. Puma is offering a “sale up to 50%” on its website if you need a new clobber for your visit to the country club. Not everything on the site is on sale, but the items are clearly marked, and you don’t need a voucher or code as the discount is automatically applied at checkout. Stock can be limited so get there fast if there’s something you’re looking for, but when we looked there were some decent offers including £40 off these sneakers and £28 off this hoodie. Delivery is £3.95.

6. If you’d rather stay home and pamper yourself, did you know you can get a £7.50 Lush face mask when you collect five of his recyclable black pots? Make sure the pots are washed, then just take them to your nearest Lush shop in Newcastle, Sunderland, Gateshead or Metrocentre (you’ll probably smell the store before you see it!) and get your freebie.

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