NMLS ID#: 34142
Branch: Gilbert, AZ
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A mortgage industry professional with more than 11 years of experience, Nick Weber is well versed in the housing market and mortgage lending. He serves as the branch manager for Castle & Cooke Mortgage in Tempe, Arizona and is a licensed mortgage loan originator for the states of Arizona and California.
Originally from the Detroit Metro area, Nick moved to Arizona in 1996 in pursuit of a Bachelor of Business and Economics from Arizona State University. Continuing to further his education, Nick went on to complete an MBA from Indiana University and a Master of Global Management from Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona.
Nick is highly involved in the local real estate industry, specifically in the South East Valley area. As a Blue Ribbon Affiliate for the South East Valley Regional Association of Realtors (SEVRAR) and the Chair for the 2015 Realtor Expo and Home Buyers Fair, he consistently dedicates his time to help advance the industry. You will often see Nick sponsoring and attending continuing education classes in addition to other SEVRAR special events throughout the year.
Nick also actively participates in the community as a Big Brother for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona. He spends many weekends with his Little Brother participating in a variety of activities while serving as a positive role model.
The culmination of Nick’s hard work was the honor of being selected as a final nominee for the Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business 2015 Mortgage Loan Originator of the Year. He was one of only nine mortgage loan originators – who were chosen based on community service, industry participation and production volume – to make it it to the publication’s final vote.
Nick’s passion for helping others achieve their dreams of home ownership shows through in his steadfast devotion to his community and commitment to educating both his staff and industry colleagues.