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Brett Jacobs

Maryland - Columbia

6100 Merriweather Drive, Suite 220,

Columbia, MD 21044


About Brett

Brett Jacobs is a new Loan Officer joining us in Columbia, Maryland, where he reviews, authorizes, and recommends potential loan programs based on his clients’ unique financial situations and goals. He’s also building something of a family legacy; his father’s tenure at Embrace helped him become familiar with the Embrace culture and appreciate the ability to make connections with people while building his own book of business. He’s also eager to share the benefits of the eSNAPP experience with borrowers to streamline the mortgage process even further. Brett brings his diligent, personable, compassionate approach to help clients in Crofton, Anne Arundel County, Gambrills, Howard County, Columbia, Montgomery County, Olney, Bethesda, Odenten, and Annapolis.

Prior to Embrace, Brett worked with NewRez, LLC as a Loan Officer, focusing primarily on retaining current customers by offering competitive interest rates for varying products, ultimately keeping them in the company’s portfolio. He grew up in Olney, MD, earned his bachelor’s in communications and minor in political science from Salisbury University, and currently lives in Crofton with his two cats. He enjoys traveling to new snowboarding destinations when he gets the chance, and also loves watching football, basketball, baseball, and hockey. You can also catch him enjoying a visit to the driving range or 18-hole courses in the area, followed by a romantic dinner with his girlfriend at one of their favorite Italian restaurants.

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

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