David Stone has been instrumental in serving the local communities, bringing over 15 years of invaluable experience in the industry. Due to his vast knowledge, continual commitment to quality and having dedicated his career working to various purchase markets in Arizona, David has become a loyal and trusted resource among clients and associates. He is a proud recipient of many awards for monthly volume for closed loans.
Whether you are a first-time home buyer or an experienced one, you can rely on David for your home and consumer needs. David is passionate about assisting others in securing their American Dream of owning a home. He takes an active interest in the mortgage industry environment, keeping up to date with any regulatory changes. This allows David to come up with unique lending solutions for his clients and tackle any challenges ahead.
David is a graduate of the Devry Institute of Technology. He has been featured in Forbes magazine, and also had the honor of giving a speech at the WP Carey School of Business at ASU per their request. He is a married father of two, a seventeen-year-old son and twelve-year-old daughter. In his free time, David enjoys motorcycle road racing. In fact, he has earned the national Motorcycle road racing title seven times, as well as competed on a regional level, bringing home the regional title four times. He also appreciates high performance boating, cycling, and guitar.
You can find David at the Scottsdale branch. Please don’t hesitate to contact him for any of your home mortgage needs!
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