In this first episode of Coffee with Eddie: Conversations about Real Estate and Our Community, Eddie Campos of Re/Max Preferred Associates discusses the pros and cons of Internet lenders vs. local lenders with Cheryl Carroll of NOIC.
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About Eddie Campos
Eddie J Campos is a life long resident of the Toledo area. He attended Whitmer High School as well as the University of Toledo, Bowling Green State University and continued his education at Hondros College to obtain a professional real estate sales license.
Prior to obtaining his real estate license, he was Executive Vice President with Modern Builders Supply for 18 years. While at MBS, he gained a vast wealth of knowledge in home building and remodeling as well as being an integral part of the management of a multi-million dollar business in the Midwest.
Real estate was an obvious career choice after leaving MBS. He truly enjoys the real estate industry and the opportunity to use his strengths to guide people through their home sales and home buying decisions. His license is held at Re/Max Preferred Associates the number 40 brokerage in the Re/Max International franchise as well as number 270 of all brokerages in the United States.
While at Re/Max Preferred Associates, he has achieved several accomplishments including the Million Dollar Club, The Executive Club from Re/Max International, The Ohio Association of Realtors Award of Achievement, being ranked number 17 in the North Central Region of Re/Max International (includes Toledo, Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati) as well as selling his first million dollar home.
He has also held positions for the Toledo Board of Realtors, the Maumee Chamber of Commerce, President of the Dynamic Referral Partners (Maumee Chamber), Board member for the Maumee Chamber of Commerce, a mentor for the Maumee Chambers young professionals organization (SYP) and most recently was the 2011 President of the Maumee Chamber of Commerce.
He is very involved with the activities of his children through the Sylvania Northview parents club for the Ladykats basketball team and is a drummer in the worship band at his church; Cedar Creek.
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