Work hard so others don’t have to. That’s Jason’s mission. Be detailed, be diligent, and be dedicated. Mix that philosophy with experience, knowledge, transparency, and excellent communication and you have a winning recipe for success.
Let’s face it, obtaining a home loan is a daunting and invasive process. Jason’s goal is to make a seemingly uncomfortable process as easy as possible. He’s not satisfied with simply getting you the best interest rate. He wants you to understand the process and be comfortable every step of the way. Past clients use phrases like “…knowledgeable, responsive, professional, available, helpful…” when they describe him.
Jason has been in the mortgage industry since 2003. He worked for several different companies before opening Stampfli Mortgage in 2017 in his hometown of Verona, Wisconsin. Opening your own independent mortgage company is a little riskier than working for someone else. But with some risk comes great reward. With his wife, Cindi, handling the day-to-day operations, Jason can remain focused on what he loves most… helping home buyers and homeowners achieve their goals.
You can witness Jason’s drive to succeed outside the office as well. Although he enjoyed several sports as a Verona Wildcat, Jason primarily sticks to golf and bowling these days. Other favorite pastimes include getting together with family and friends, spending time Up North at the family cabin, and watching Wisconsin sports.
Alex grew up in a small town in mid-Missouri, so he feels right at home here in Wisconsin’s very own Hometown USA. After graduating from the University of Missouri, Alex found his passion for mortgage lending while working for one of the largest national lenders in the country. When his fiancée accepted a position at Epic, the couple relocated to Verona, WI. It was here that he decided to switch gears and work with a local, independent mortgage company. As a Mortgage Loan Assistant, he uses his experience, knowledge, efficiency, creativity, and drive to enhance this growing, family-owned business.
Outside of work, Alex enjoys spending time with friends and family and trying new restaurants around the Madison area. He loves playing with Mocha, his Cavapoo (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Poodle mix). Alex also enjoys playing and watching sports. He has been an avid golfer and basketball enthusiast since childhood and is excited to have a local NBA team to cheer for. You’ll also find him splitting his time cheering for both the Kansas City Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers during football season.
So, how exactly does a girl go from Registered Nurse to co-owner of a mortgage company? She marries an ambitious man driven to infuse integrity into the mortgage industry. She believes in his vision of promoting education for homeowners and building relationships. It wasn’t easy to leave nursing after fifteen years, but it was easy to follow Jason’s dream.
Although Cindi may not work on loans, she did complete her rigorous training and she passed the national exam. Learning a completely new industry can be challenging, but it’s also revitalizing. Everything is new and interesting…but let’s be real, it can be a little overwhelming.
If she’s not taking loan applications, then what does this co-owner do? Depends who you ask really. Her kids would say she turns up the music in her office and has a jolly party all day. One kid even referred to the Stampfli Mortgage office as a “mullet”. You know, the historic haircut that’s short in front and long in back. The eldest boy, Blake, says “it’s all business in front and all party in the back of the office”. The truth is when the rest of the office is busy working on residential mortgages, Cindi does the “officey” stuff. A little website design, social media, marketing, networking, event planning, compliance, accounting, lender correspondence, and so on.
Cindi is also pretty active at home too. Three kiddo will keep you on your toes. They each attend different schools and have different interests…everything from ballet to HAM radios. Cindi is involved in her church and community. She helps with Sunday School and Youth Group and is a member of the Verona Area Chamber of Commerce. Although a little busy, there’s always time to cheer on the Badger’s and the Packers or throw together a BBQ or dinner party with friends and family.
If you ask Cindi, she’ll say she was born and raised in Madison. The truth is, she was born on an Air Force base in Spokane, WA; but only lived there for about 6 months. She graduated Memorial High School, which happens to be her mom’s alma mater; and went to MATC for nursing school (also, her mom’s alma mater). She moved from Madison to Verona in 2005 and has firmly planted her roots in Hometown USA.”
This guy is the tether that holds it all together. He does the chasing and following up, the digging and the updating. It takes determination and keen problem solving skills to be a processor. Ben has those attributes and more. He never turns down a challenge and he offers great ideas.
Ben is new to the mortgage broker setting, so being a fast learner has played to his advantage. His financial background was in banking, which he quickly learned was a bit different. Stampfli Mortgage focuses on quality interactions rather than huge quantities. He has a chance to learn about his customers, take a journey with them and become genuinely excited by their success.
When he isn’t busy at work, Ben has an exciting home life. Being a first time father comes with great joy and great mystification. He claims this son of his is great, sleeps through the night and is just a great baby in general. Obviously the kiddo takes after Ben’s lovely wife Ashley.
Quite honestly, Ben seems to do it all. He’s great at work, loving husband and father, accomplished gardener, great home cook, sports enthusiast, enjoys entertaining family and friends, and on and on. It’s fun having him in the office and it’s great to see him learn and grow.
Coming from a small town where his family owned a hardware store, it just felt right to join the Stampfli team. His first job was in the mom and pop shop owned by his family. Now he works in an exciting, new, mom and pop mortgage broker shop located right outside of Madison, Wisconsin.
Another story of extreme career changes. Kevin went from Park Ranger for White River National Forest in Colorado to becoming a Senior Mortgage Advisor in the great state of Wisconsin. Makes perfect sense that he would return to his home state of WI, but he probably surprised a few when he traded in his ranger hat for a suit and tie. Funny how life can lead you down substantially different paths at different times in your life.
Kevin originally returned to the Milwaukee area to be closer to his then girlfriend, now wife, Julie. Some people say they’d move a mountain for the ones they love, this guy left a mountain for the beautiful love of his life. In 2004 the couple moved to the Madison area to put down roots and start a family. Now raising three kids and chasing after a puppy keeps them pretty busy.
He’s not just a residential mortgage expert. He coaches and manages his adult league hockey team and has managed to turn his children into hockey fans as well. They all love the ice and his son, the youngest of the three, is in his second hockey season himself. Wisconsin winters are no problem for this guy. If he isn’t on the ice, he’s likely to be snowboarding through fresh powder somewhere. Kevin’s a well-rounded guy though, he loves his music just as much as his sports. He and his wife make an annual pilgrimage to New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, as well as attending live music whenever and wherever they can.
So how exactly did Kevin so quickly become part of the Stampfli team? Well, after ten years of working together with Jason, this was not the time to split up. The success of Stampfli Mortgage hinders on being able to know and trust your mortgage advisors. You need to believe your team is made up of people with the same high standards and integrity. Kevin has the knowledge and the experience to be a great mortgage advisor. More importantly, he truly cares about his clients and you can’t teach that.