What do I like about my work? I think it’s most important to say that by a long shot, the best part of my job is seeing the smiles on the faces of the people we serve when we’re able to exceed their expectation ...Read More
What do I like about my work? I think it’s most important to say that by a long shot, the best part of my job is seeing the smiles on the faces of the people we serve when we’re able to exceed their expectations.
About half the time we can help our customers buy a brand-new car, SUV, van, or truck, when they came in believing they had to settle for an older, higher-mileage/ lower-gas-mileage vehicle.
New cars come with factory warranties, providing a stable and predictable cost of ownership. On top of that, some popular new models even have two years of free maintenance.
There are so many financial advantages to having higher credit scores – lower interest rates on auto loans, credit card & home loans, lower car insurance, better apartments, better mobile phones and plans and on and on. Even some jobs require good credit scores.
Our business is about cars – but it’s also about adding value by helping people successfully climb the credit ladder including all the advantages of higher credit scores. Cars get us around, but they also are a means of personal advancement professionally and socially.
Bill hails from Dallas, Texas, and grew up in a navy family traveling all over, although he and his father had the same first-grade teacher in Oak Cliff just across the Trinity River from the infamous Dealy Plaza in downtown Dallas! Bill is a graduate of Texas A&M University-Commerce (BBA & MS) and came to Seattle in 1977 for his first job after college. Prior to the Great Recession of 2008, he ran LoanRanger.com, a mortgage brokerage, for 9 years. His company enjoyed an intellectual-property marketing arrangement with Clayton Moore, the famous TV Lone Ranger. Bill has been president of the Seattle Alumni Chapter of Sigma Chi Fraternity, is a glider pilot, finished one marathon and dozens of shorter races, and enjoyed serving on the part-time faculty at Edmonds Community College for 12 years.