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Jake LaBelle

Florida - Viera

5500 Murrell Road, Suite 201

Viera, FL 32940


About Jake

Jake LaBelle is a new Mortgage Loan Officer joining us in the Viera, Florida area. He brings his enthusiasm and hard work to every day and each client he works with, carefully reviewing each mortgage application he sees, and as someone passionate about in-house underwriting and a smooth loans process from start to finish, he was a great fit for the Embrace team. He prides himself on delivering honest consultations and setting clear expectations from the first moment he meets with clients.

While he’s based in Florida, Jake was born and raised in Burlington, Vermont, and will continue to deliver his local expertise remotely to help originate loans within the state, and will routinely visit to meet with realtors and attend closing if needed. Whether you’re searching for a home in the northeast or on the space coast, you can count on Jake to deliver an impeccable level of service.

Jake earned a Bachelor of Business Management from Castleton University. When he’s not helping borrowers navigate the home loan process, he enjoys staying active by playing basketball and football, boating, visiting the beach with family and friends, or hiking with his rescue dog, Naala.

You can connect with Jake and learn more about him on LinkedIn.

98% Customer Satisfaction Rating
Zillow 5 star rating
Inc 5000 Fastest Growing companies
Scotsman Guide Top Lender


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    3 Survey completed on October 14, 2021

    Review By Kenneth P. for Jake LaBelle

    Completed transaction in October 2021

    There seemed to be a lack of support in providing documentation. I get the fact that a credit report shows things that you were unaware of, but it was a few documents every couple of days for weeks on end.

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