After graduating from high school, Josh enlisted in the United States Marine Corps where he was a Military Police Officer. After his enlistment, he used the Montgomery GI bill to become a Union Ironworker with Local 433 In Los Angeles. Once he was a journeyman ironworker, he felt an itch to try his wit and talents in another industry, so he took to the residential lending industry, where he entered the in June of 2004.
Josh has rejoined the mortgage industry after taking a hiatus around 2010. Josh rejoined the industry in June of 2020 and has quickly learned the difference in lending since taking his hiatus from the industry. He has worked extensively with self-employed borrowers, borrowers dealing with divorce, probate, and gifts of equity. Focusing, mostly, on helping fellow veterans and working with realtors to better understand the advantages of different loans for different types of borrowers, while working with down payment assistance programs for a variety of other loan products. Josh has been able to help several First Time Homebuyers since being back in the industry, overcoming several obstacles to homeownership. Anybody who has the privilege of working with Josh will quickly realize that they are in the hands of a professional and extremely knowledgeable banker.
In his free time, Josh enjoys smoking meats, reading up on the latest nutrition science for peak mind and body performance, and taking his wife on foodie adventures around the San Antonio Metro area. He also enjoys different coffees from different regions of the world. Josh also dreams about traveling back to Japan with his wife and visiting Europe. Josh has been married to his high school sweetheart since 1995 and they have 5 children.