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Tony Alvarado

Mortgage Banker


Tony Alvarado graduated from Eastern Washington University with a bachelor’s degree in business management with a minor in communications. As a college athlete initially, Tony began his career as a mentor and strength coach for at risk youth in Washington state. This time spent working with families and the local youth grew a love for giving back and expanded to not just the youth but the entire community. This led Tony down the path of continuing to serve and give back through providing homeownership and financial solutions as a mortgage professional.

Almost 20 years later Tony is still serving the community by providing these services not just locally but across the nation. The love for assisting homeowners in accomplishing their goals is what continues to drive him. His commitment to customer service and satisfaction is paramount and has led to many awards and recognition for customer experience. Through this focus on his clients, Tony has been able to establish himself as a top mortgage banker in the nation and build clients and lifelong friends.

Tony resides in Gilbert, Arizona with his wife and 3 children. They enjoy traveling and supporting anything Arizona sports. In his free time, he enjoys anything that has to do with his kids!


Tony Alvarado went above and beyond the call of duty for me on this loan. I really appreciate all the work and effort.

Tony, thank you very much , you are a great asset to your company, your response to my questions were very prompt and reassuring. I will definitely recommend friends. Again Thank you.

Tony is awesome. He is very knowledgeable and helpful. Thank you Tony

Tony Alvarado is excellent! He stayed on my case making sure we met deadline and even helped me get information from my previous (horrible) mortgage company. The entire staff were professionals and always willing to guide me through anything I did not understand. Tony's frequent communication helped me stay calm through a stressful time. Thank you Tony! We did it!