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About Me

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Drue Jordan specializes in giving seniors the tools they need to be able to continue living in their homes. When he joined the reverse mortgage industry in 2003, he established a goal of educating seniors on the benefits of a reverse mortgage.

“I’m extremely passionate about the needs of the older generation because it’s something that I can relate to. Being able to educate my clients on what a reverse mortgage is and how they can benefit from it, is important to me,” said Drue.

In reverse mortgage financing, Drue learned long ago that the sports slogan “we play to win the game!” applied to each client and their financial situation. Whether the client is financially sophisticated or barely solvent, Drue’s commitment and effort to completing the task for the client is most important to him.

He believes that reverse mortgages are a sophisticated, premium financial product. They are not mortgages easily understood or accurately represented. Reverse mortgage financing should not be just one more item on a broad list of financing products provided by a mortgage company. Reverse mortgage financing requires the singular focus and commitment of a company to best serve the client.

Drue has lived in San Diego, California since 1967. Even though Drue started in the real
estate financing field during college, his “hobby” became coaching high school football for almost 30 years. Due to that and his membership in the San Diego Kiwanis Club, he became a member of the Board of San Diego County High School Sports Association. He has been chairing the effort for awarding the Most Inspirational High School Football Player award for the Holiday Bowl college football game for almost 20 years. He also enjoys serving at his church, reading, and spending time with his kids and grandchildren.

Contact Drue Jordan to learn about how he can help you with your reverse mortgage needs!
 
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