My name is Sean Zalmanoff. I’m a regional manager here at Better Rate Mortgage. Everyday when I wake up in the morning, my goal is really just to help as many people as possible. I’m a family guy. I have a two-year-old son and a son that just turned five months. We love making breakfast together in the mornings.
When it all comes down to it, mortgage process; people think of it as this big arduous process that you go through, and really I like to refer to it as a paint-by-number process. I’ve built an amazing team of people that extend far beyond the staff at our branch. The most important part of our extended team includes realtors all over the St. Louis area that are here to help you.
As you can tell, when you look around the office here and see all of our Cardinals memorabilia everywhere; there’s a lot of little bobble heads that we have. Since my wife doesn’t like those at the house they get to be displayed here. What we’re going to do is we’re going to make the mortgage process, for you, simple. There’s nothing more rewarding than having somebody buy their home, you know. Whether it’s their first home, they’re trading up, it’s going to be a house that they raise their family in, or maybe they’re planning on living there forever. That is such a rewarding experience. We are just incredibly highly refined in what we do. We have a TBD mortgage approval process, and so we literally are allowing our buyers to shop as close to the cash buyer as possible. The offer that you’re putting in is hands down the absolute best offer that they’re getting on the house that day.
We have a saying that, you know, the relationships with our clients really begin after we close. I have one of the most amazing teams on the planet, if not the most amazing team on the planet, so we pride ourselves on being a walking Yellow Pages. If you need a referral to make your life easier we have you covered. We want our clients to have a great easy life, and I want everybody in the office to as well too. We like to hang out together. We have barbecues together pretty often, and this is just really like one big family. We just want to be that resource for somebody, and we just want to help as many people as we possibly can.