Thompson opens Mason-McDuffie offce in Davis

By From page A11 | February 02, 2014

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Marc Thompson. Courtesy photo

Marc Thompson, a certified mortgage planning specialist, has joined Mason-McDuffie Mortgage to manage its new Davis office, at 437 F St. Thompson has served mortgage clients for nine years and has been based in Davis since 2006.
He has completed specialized training to earn the mortgage specialist designation to better serve his clients.
“I have one of the greatest jobs because I help people manage their debt. It sounds crazy, but it’s true,” he said. “I see a mortgage loan as a financial instrument that must be tied to your long- and short-term personal financial plan.”

Those financial plans can include funding for college, retirement savings as well as a home loan. He specializes in helping his clients in their quest to save money on a refinance or when purchasing a home.
Thompson lives in Davis with his wife and their two sons. In his free time, he likes spending time with his family, gardening, cooking and bike riding.
He is a longtime member of the Davis Sunrise Rotary Club, the Davis Chamber of Commerce and the Progressive Business Exchange.
Thompson served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Central African Republic from 1991 to 1993, teaching sustainable agriculture practices.
Mason-McDuffie Mortgage is a privately held mortgage banking firm headquartered in San Ramon. Its name dates to 1887 in the Bay Area real estate industry. For corporate information, visit www.mmcdcorp.com.
To contact Thompson,  email [email protected] or call 530-753-8800.

Enterprise staff

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