Jet Direct Mortgage adds Andy Thaw as Senior Vice President of National Renovation Lending

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BAY SHORE, N.Y. - eTradeWire -- Jet Direct Mortgage is pleased to announce the addition of Andy Thaw as Senior Vice President of National Renovation Lending. Andy, a 34+ year mortgage banking veteran has established himself as one of the industry's premiere authorities on FHA 203k and Fannie Mae HomeStyle renovation lending. He has further cemented his reputation and credentials by writing numerous industry curriculums on renovation lending and as a NY State certified instructor, teaching Realtor continuing education classes for the Regional Board of Realtors.

In addition to speaking at countless Mortgage Industry events, he was a banking educator for the Capstone Institute in Atlanta Georgia and authored their book "Understanding 203k Financing". His renovation success has been seen on CNN and he has frequently graced the pages of Newsday and industry publications for over 30 years.

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"I've been beyond passionate about helping homebuyers and homeowners create the true home of their dreams". Andy continued to add, "We are able to accomplish so many things through 203k financing…from financing the purchase of that special TLC home and make it their own vision…helping homeowners to expand their current home for their growing families, even with little or no equity…and to help those so affected by Superstorm Sandy by financing the lifting and rehabilitating of their homes back from despair."

"We're so excited and proud to have Andy Thaw join Jet Direct," said Chief Operating Officer Peter Pescatore. "Andy embodies the core values of Jet Direct and his reputation as the industry's authority on 203k and HomeStyle Financing is well deserved. He brings a major amount of gravity to the company and will play a key role in our future."

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