Saving money throughout high school to purchase his first flip property at age 18, Jeff has been buying and selling real estate for over twenty-five years; with 20 of those years focused in the lending and banking business. He started his career with a large mortgage finance company in his hometown of Appleton, Wisconsin, learning the intricacies of financing, underwriting, and collecting. In 1993, as a bank branch manager, he took over the Wisconsin mortgage wholesale side of the bank and led that team to new territories. That experience led Jeff to open his own mortgage brokering company in 1995, which quickly grew to one of the largest brokering and mortgage banking firms in the state of Wisconsin.
In 2004, he formed Home Path Financial to invite outside investors an opportunity to earn quality returns. His business expanded into opportunities for helping good people with bad circumstances, offering a chance to once again afford a home of their own and restore their credit to the high quality standards needed for conventional financing. Property acquisition and renovation combined with seller financing became a strong component of HPF’s profits. As foreclosure property inventories grew, HPF focused more time towards simply turning properties, selling them outright to buyers who had their own financing. Today HPF uses a multitude of exit strategies for its properties while keeping investors money well secured and constantly earning higher than average returns.