Sean Swaim

Arroyo Grande Mortgage Loan Officer Sean Swaim

Meet Sean Swaim

Sean is your Mortgage Loan Officer at the Arroyo Grande branch.

On the SESLOC Mortgage team since: November 2021

Cheers for: The Philadelphia Eagles. Go Birds!

What do you love most about the Central Coast? We have it all here: the beach, close proximity to the snow, rolling green hills, plus we are right in between Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Weekends on the Central Coast include: Football, BBQing and riding horses at Sun King Farms. Most memorable MLO moment: I helped a borrower drop their mortgage insurance and lowered their rate with a refinance. They didn’t have to bring any cash out of pocket at closing, received an escrow refund check, and dropped their monthly payment by $450 a month!

What is the one thing you want a first-time homebuyer to know? A first time homebuyer should really get to know how their credit score effects their monthly payment. There are plenty of tools you can use to see different credit score scenarios to get into a better bracket for their mortgage rate, like our home loans financial calculator.

What does “People + Place” mean to you? The Central Coast has always been a small world. When I’m out and about, I always see friendly faces of those I grew up with, and they are like family to me. While the region is growing, it always has that small town feeling. I have the opportunity to meet many unique people in various industries, and each one of them has positively impacted their local community.

Sean Swaim
NMLS #2270177
Ready to start the Home Loan process?

New & Improved Mortgage Application, Beginning October 17, 2022

Or feel free to contact Sean directly

(805) 540-7764   |   (805) 540-9698 (cell)   |   Email Sean

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