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Joe Garon

Virginia - Fairfax
22030

10306 Eaton Place, Suite 100

Fairfax, VA 22030

703-591-7144

About Joe

Joe Garon is our newest loan officer to join Embrace in the Washington DC-Baltimore area. He’s a member of Pat Holland’s mortgage team, one of the most experienced and knowledgeable groups in home financing with over 2,000 loan transactions under their belt. Joe carries his background in corporate finance as well as commercial and residential real estate to the team. He brings expertise in financial coaching alongside familiarity with Northern Virginia, Maryland, DC, Arlington, Alexandria, and surrounding areas. Whether you need a VA loan or any other home financing, you can count on him for an inquisitive, passionate approach.

Before he joined Embrace, Joe worked as a portfolio manager with Gladstone Land Corporation, a real estate investment trust traded on the NASDAQ, as well as the General Services Administration (GSA) Public Buildings Service. He wore many hats between those roles, including appraisal review, capital project management, financial management, and program management.

Joe grew up in Fairfax, Virginia, and currently lives in Reston with his partner and their two dogs. His mother also works in the mortgage industry and joined the Embrace team several years ago. He earned a BBA from James Madison University and his MBA from Georgetown University, with a certificate in consumer analytics and a concentration in real estate. In his spare time, he enjoys co-ed softball and volleyball, supporting the local Homeless Animal Shelter Team (HART), and cooking and baking. With an interest in a variety of cuisines, he hopes to publish a cookbook someday with his recipes.

You can connect with Joe on LinkedIn.

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