I used to praise the song of Les Schwab, but recently got disappointed. I called the store in Seattle and asked for used tires for a car I was borrowing. I was told they could "fix me up" for only $250.00 for two front tires. We are talking, two tires, not four.
I found The Tire Exchange on Insider Pages and drove over there. I got two beautiful condition two front tires and Mr. Freymuller worked faster than any Daytona 500 support team, changing my tires in less than 20 minutes. For $68.00 I am thrilled. Not only does my car run better because he gave me a superior tire, I was thrilled with the service. This is a great place without getting taken to the cleaners!
As a banking rep I worked with a lot of mortgage brokers. Some good, some not so good. But Kai Mortgage is really at the top for customer service, professionalism and their all around product knowledge and line. They are great. Highly recommended.
I know of Ari Alhadeff from being in the banking business. I was impressed that he brings to the table years of experience with residential mortgage lending. He's very professional and knows his business.
I wrote about Murphy Brown, the class act of real estate in Seattle. But its worth mentioning the Dennis Brown part of the team. Dennis is not just a very professional realtor he knows mortgages as well. Its not his business, houses is, but its nice when your realtor knows the money part of the transaction and Dennis was in the mortgage industry previously and brings that knowledge to this great team.
I love Dan Murphy as a realtor. He is probably one of the most fun and pleasant realtors in Seattle. You know you are in good hands when they put their very classy signs up on your listing. Everyone will notice this is not just a run of the mill realtor. He is exceptional.
Whether your property is big or small, he'll make it look like a mansion.
Michael Young at John L. Scott is perhaps one of the most charming realtors in Portland.
He's a doll and works hard for his customers. I did a loan for one of his buyers and he was just great to work with.
I met Reid Martin while working with one of his customers. In my business, a banker takes a lot of heat from the realtor. We must produce the money to make the deal happen. But Reid is a sweetheart. He was so great to work along side with and the customers loved him.
I met Scott Brown while doing a loan for one of his customers. He is great. The customers couldn't stop talking about him and how hard Scott worked for them. They were very picky buyers but he just rolled with the punches and did an excellent job.
I met Joe Gast working on a loan for one of his clients. He is the best. He really relates on a down to earth level with people, very sincere but very hard working. His direct line is
As a banker rep I loved calling on West Seattle Mortgage. I could also count on quality loans, happy customers and a knowledge of the residential loan business. What more could a customer ask for?