Mortgage Banking

Making sense of commercial real estate finance.


About Adventures in Mortgage Banking – This is a blog discussing commercial real estate, finance, real estate news, the economy, and other random related things. Thanks for stopping by. If you are a first time visitor, you should begin here.

crouch.jpgAbout Jordan

Quick Version – I live in Seattle with my wife, work for NBS Financial and recently climbed Mt. Rainier.

Longer Version- I attended Seattle Pacific University (including a semester in London). I graduated with a BA in Business Management with a concentration in finance. I’ve always been interested in real estate and was lucky enough to get an internship with Norris, Beggs, and Simpson, which quickly turned into a part time job. One year later I joined the company full time as an analyst. After several years of doing that, I was promoted to the level of finance officer, my current position, where I help real estate owners and investors find permanent, mezzanine and short term debt and equity.

I am involved in NAIOP, Kiros, and my church.

Contact Me Jordan(at)JordanCrouch(dot)com

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2 Responses to “About”

  1. Noreen Seebacher said

    thanks for the link to Realty Bytes! Noreen

  2. Carl Fuccillo said

    Looking to obtain a 20 yr Lease Enhancement Financing for A rated retail company on a ground land lease.

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