About

Experience/Background
With over eight years experience in the mortgage industry, Stephen joined the Golf Savings Bank team in 2009.  Stephen is a member of the Washington Mortgage Lenders Association (WMLA) and has received FHA lender certification. He is House Key and State Bond certified through the Washington State Housing Finance Commission (WSHFC). Stephen is an active member of Toastmasters International and the Mortgage Banker Association (MBA). Stephen also attended the University of Washington where he studied Business and Finance.

What can you expect from Stephen Chow?
“My extensive experience and knowledge of mortgage lending allows me to provide the highest level of customer service for my clients. I strive for constant communication to ensure a smooth and seamless transaction.” 

“I am dedicated to my clients’ satisfaction and understanding of the loan process. In my experience, most of the issues that arise are due to lack of communication and understanding of the loan process. My Job as your mortgage planner is to educate you about the purchase and/or refinance process and present you with all viable options. Then the decision is up to you as the consumer to decide which program fits you best. There are no high pressure selling tactics, just the facts.” 

“I believe the most rewarding part of my job is working with the first time home buyer. This is my way of passing knowledge onto the younger generation in the hopes to become their trusted resource for mortgage lending and lender for life.”

On a personal side
Stephen is a life time resident of Western Washington and currently resides in Bellevue with his beautiful wife Shirley. He loves to spend time in the great outdoors, attend local sporting events, and travel the world. Stephen is also an active member of the community as a member of the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce and now the founder of Discover the Eastside, an online forum that highlights local events, things to do and touching stories of local businesses on the Eastside. 

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