Contact Joseph McLean
Synergy One Lending Inc., also doing business as Mutual of Omaha Mortgage, NMLS 1025894. 3131 Camino Del Rio N 190, San Diego, CA 92108. Alabama Consumer Credit License #22123; Arizona Mortgage Banker License 0926603; Arkansas Combination Mortgage Banker/Broker/Servicer License 109250; Licensed by the Department of Business Oversight under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act – California License 4131356; District of Columbia Mortgage Dual Authority License MLB1025894; Hawaii Mortgage Loan Originator Company License #HI-1025894; Illinois Residential Mortgage Licensee #MB.6761115; Maine Supervised Lender License 1025894; Maryland Commissioner of Financial Regulation - Mortgage Lender License 21678; Minnesota Residential Mortgage Originator Exemption #MN-OX-1025894; Nevada Mortgage Broker License #4317. Licensed by the New Hampshire Banking Department 19926-MB; Licensed by the New Jersey Banking and Insurance Department – New Jersey Residential Mortgage Lender License 1025894; New Mexico Mortgage Loan Company License 1025894; Oregon Mortgage Lending License ML- 5208; Rhode Island Lender License #20163229LL. Rhode Island Loan Broker License #20163230LB; Vermont Lender License 6891. Washington Consumer Loan Company License CL-1025894. Toll Free #: (877) 978-1922. Subject to Credit Approval. www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org
About Joseph McLean
While growing up in the Chicago suburbs, my influences came from my father who was a union worker and my mother who was an HR professional. From an early age, I was instilled with a unique mindset from each: do things the right way and do the right things. It was the combination of these values and a desire for a rewarding career that lead me down the path to attend the University of Wisconsin. While studying Economics, I tested myself further by walking on to the men’s soccer team. Being a midfielder for the Badgers instilled a sense of discipline that carried me through my academic career and cultivated lifelong relationships that I carried into my professional career. Having returned to Chicago to begin my career I was able to reunite with my family and the sports franchises I grew to miss.