Address: Howard County General Hospital Wellness Center, 10710 Charter Drive, Columbia, MD 21044
Jay Rosenthal, Reverse Mortgage Specialist, Southern Trust Mortgage
Trevor Barringer, Esq., MBA, Reverse Mortgage Specialist, Atlantic Home Equity
Topic: Reverse Mortgages
About Our Speakers:
Jay joined Wells Fargo Home Mortgage in January of 2002 to begin his career in financing. He had worked on Wall Street while attending Pace University and determined the time was right to utilize his past experience.
In 2006 Jay was offered the opportunity to work with the growing senior population as a Reverse Mortgage Specialist. He was sent to Boston to complete extensive training on the program and returned as a certified specialist.
Wells Fargo recognized Jay on numerous occasions for attaining 100% customer satisfaction as determined by independent surveys sent to the customers upon completion of their loans.
Jay has been certified to teach continuing education to Realtors on the topic of Reverse Mortgages and has done so for the Carroll County Association of Realtors, the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors, the Elite Learning Academy in Anne Arundel County and in locally sponsored seminars.
Trevor Barringer, Esq./MBA – following a 20-year career as a Real Estate Attorney, Mr. Barringer transitioned to originating Reverse Mortgages exclusively - recognizing the broad suitability of Reverse Mortgages to meet the current and future needs of the growing Boomer population. Being well versed in residential real estate matters, he offers unique discernment and insight to anticipate issues and provide solutions. Educating and assisting clients with clarity and direct personal service, Mr. Barringer thoroughly enjoys the opportunity to get to know his clients personally and experience their rich, diverse backgrounds and life experiences.
Mr. Barringer's educational background includes an undergraduate degree from Towson University in Finance and Economics, and both a Masters in Business Administration and Law Degree fro the University of Baltimore where he served as a member of the Law Review.