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"Jay and team are clear with what they need, provide honest friendly help along the way and highly competent to complete what is a very grueling process for anybody."
Ted O. - Kirkland WA | Jun 2022
"Great support by jay Stuart"
Manu S. - Seattle WA | Nov 2021
"Cause Jay Stuart was always on top of everything but most of all, he was honest."
Damien E. - Puyallup WA | Oct 2021
"Fast, friendly and professional - working with the GR team made refinancing our home extremely easy"
William J. - Seattle WA | Jun 2021
"mostly good, too much silly backup documentation required. Underwriters cross the line in my opinion but that is probably not a unique problem to guaranteed rate"
Casey C. - Sammamish WA | May 2021
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