David’s career as a Mortgage Planner spans more than three decades. His leadership role within Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation began simply; with his determination to align himself with a company that set the bar, offering the highest standards of service, speed, and customer satisfaction. That company is Fairway.
Year after year, David consistently ranks nationally among the top producing mortgage originators and branch managers. His longevity and stability in the marketplace have earned him a reputation as one of the most knowledgeable, credible, and honest mortgage originators in Colorado.
David has taught mortgage origination at the Community College of Aurora in cooperation with the Colorado Mortgage Lender’s Association, of which he is a member. He strongly advocates for the education and continuing education of originators and consumers to make the mortgage process smoother and easier for all involved.
David was born at Travis Air Force Base, CA. A stereotypical military brat, he moved 11 times while growing up, living in 8 different states as well as France and Japan. His younger years were spent at the Air Force Academy in neighboring Colorado Springs, which instilled the desire to settle down in the Denver area where he’s lived from 1979 up until recently. He now resides in Salida, CO.
After attending Whitworth University in Spokane, WA to study music composition and performance, he spent the mid to late 70’s and early 80’s performing as a professional vocalist and percussionist. David remains involved in many musical endeavors which include playing drums and signing with his band, “Tito & Friends.” His favorite wintertime activity is skiing. During Colorado’s magnificent summers, he enjoys cycling, golf, motorcycle riding and horseback riding with wife Yvonne. David and Yvonne have 3 grown children, daughter, Kailyn, and identical twin boys, Stephen and Taylor.
David's' office is at 7555 E. Hampden Avenue, Suite 410, Denver, CO 80231. Licensed to do business in Colorado, Alabama, California, New Mexico, and Washington.
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