Contact david Sacknoff
Embrace Home Loans, Inc. NMLS ID # 2184 is licensed in AL, AZ (Lic.#BK-0906375), AR, CA Licensed by the Department of Business Oversight under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act, CO (Lic.#096162) Regulated by the Division of Real Estate, CT, Licensed by the Delaware State Bank Commissioner to engage in business in Delaware (Lic.#7317, Exp.12/31/2017), DC, FL, GA (Lic.#12848), ID, Illinois Residential Mortgage Licensee, IN, IA, KS, Supervised Lender Licensee (#SL0000625), KY, LA, ME, MD, MA Mortgage Lender & Mortgage Broker (Lic.#MC2184), MI, MN, Mississippi Licensed Mortgage Company, MO, NE, Licensed by the New Hampshire Banking Department, Licensed by the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance, NM, NY Licensed Mortgage Banker - NYS Department of Financial Services, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR (Lic.#ML322), PA, Rhode Island Licensed Mortgage Lender and Mortgage Broker, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WV, WI. (http://www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org)
About david Sacknoff
With a father and grandfather who were both in the industry, you might say lending is in David’s blood. He started as a Processor in 2004 and after learning everything there is to know about the business, moved into the Loan Officer role where he’s been finding people home loans for over a decade. We’re excited to have David bring his knowledge and expertise to Embrace. Having worked at large national banks, credit unions and for small local lenders, and as a construction lending specialist, David has produced every type of mortgage imaginable. It’s his goal to find the best possible loan for each and every client. And it shows. His diligence, honesty, and resourcefulness have put him in the Top 10% Nationwide in Loan Volume and Customer Satisfaction. David grew up in Fairfax and now resides in South Riding, VA with his wife, two young and very active sons and their dog Rambo. He’s an avid Redskins and Capitals fan, but his favorite team to root for is the Nationals. His idea of a perfect day would be to sleep in (never going to happen with two kids under the age of four), eat out with his family and hit a Nationals game. When his boys get a little older, he hopes to get back on the golf course and volunteer with Habitat for Humanity again. But until then, you can find him at the office or on the playground — and enjoying every moment of both.