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Zachary Wolfe

Mortgage Banker


Zach Wolfe enlisted and served 6 years in the United States Marine Corps immediately after high school. His time in the Marines included a tour overseas in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. Upon leaving the service, Zach graduated from Carroll Community College with a degree in Criminal Justice. After obtaining his degree, he became a small business owner of a real estate rental franchise in Brooklyn, NY. Zach enjoyed working within real estate, and pursued many different options within the industry including real estate brokerage, general contracting, demolition project management, and settlement/title. Looking to continue to move forward in his career, he decided to move to the other side of the real estate transaction to become a Mortgage Banker. Zach now combines his vast experience in real estate and the mortgage industry to guide his clients through the homebuying process.

Zach understands that each of his clients are different, and works hard to help identify their immediate and long term financial goals. He relies on this knowledge and his strong attention to detail to help find the best loan product to meet their goals. Zach also leverages his military experience and keen understanding of the VA loan process to assist his fellow veterans nationwide with their purchase or refinance needs. He ensures that throughout the mortgage process he is available for all his client’s needs from application to close. As a solution orientated professional, Zach will go out of his way to get the job done right. This mentality coupled with his honesty and integrity has helped him build many lasting relationships with his clients, realtors, and referral partners. Zach prides himself on providing exceptional customer service as his clients pursue one of the most personal investments of their lifetime.

Zach and his wife, Ana Maria, live in Carroll County, Maryland with their son, Colton, and dog, Bella. When away from work, he is an avid bowhunter and spends his time outdoors during the fall. Although the shoulder pads have been hung up for a while, Zach looks forward to teaching his son the game of football.