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Tim Kearns

Chief Executive Officer

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Background Information

Employment History

President
First Priority Financial Inc

Owner
First Priority Financial Inc

Chief Executive Officer
First Priority Financial Inc

Chief Executive Officer
Derivian Group

Chief Executive Officer
Think Big Work Small

Education

degree
Finance
University of Northern Iowa

degree
Economics

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Tim grew up in the Midwest working construction to pay his way through college. In 1991, he graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a degree in Economics with emphasis in Finance. In 1992 he moved to California and entered the mortgage business; soon becoming an owner of First Priority Financial, inc. In 1995, he partnered with Mike and Dave Soldati to purchase FPF from the original shareholders. Since that time he and his partners took FPF to the number 1 brokerage in the nation, funding in excess of 3 billion annually. He now lives in a modest home in Vacaville, CA with his faithful wife, 2 kids and 2 dogs. Tim is the CEO of FPF and spends his free time flying small planes, camping and collecting classic cars from the late '60's.


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"Think Big Work Small was conceived after decades of observing how the most successful mortgage lending professionals always seem to work smarter not harder," said Tim Kearns, Chief Executive Officer of TBWS. "The mXpo.net 2009 Virtual Trade Show is an ideal venue to demonstrate the ease and impact of targeted database marketing through lender-created, Internet-shared video.

According to Kearns, during a 4-month study of nearly 1,000 industry professionals in 2008, the users of TBWS's Video Marketing Engine 2.0 showed a 67 percent increase in production over a control group during the same period.


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Tim grew up in the Midwest working construction to pay his way through college. In 1991, he graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a degree in Economics with emphasis in Finance. In 1992 he moved to California and entered the mortgage business; soon becoming an owner of First Priority Financial, inc. In 1995, he partnered with Mike and Dave Soldati to purchase FPF from the original shareholders. Since that time he and his partners took FPF to the number 1 brokerage in the nation, funding in excess of 3 billion annually. He now lives in a modest home in Vacaville, CA with his faithful wife, 2 kids and 2 dogs. Tim is the CEO of FPF and spends his free time flying small planes, camping and collecting classic cars from the late '60's.


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The officers of First Priority Financial are Michael Soldati, President; Tim Kearns, Chief Executive Officer and David Soldati, Chief Financial Officer and Broker of Record.

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This means operating on thin margins and delivering greater funding choices and flexibility than the rest of the industry and offering unprecedented work-flow efficiencies for originators," explained Tim Kearns, CEO of First Priority Financial.


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Tim Kearns, owner of Fairfield-based First Priority Financial, said he's seen more adjustable rate mortgages written in the past few years than were necessary.He believes that while the relief plan will help some property owners, it may hurt the housing market overall.

"The backlash is that lenders and investors alike will likely be much more skittish about investing in adjustable rate loans in the future," he said.
In Solano County, the average loan Kearns' company brokers is around $310,000, he said, with the average mortgage payment between $1,700 and $1,800 per month.The national average is about $1,200 a month.
The average client doesn't go into foreclosure because they don't understand their loan, according to Kearns."Most people had an assumption that the future was going to be better.They knew the loan would get a lot more pricey.But they thought that would be OK, because hey, real estate always goes up in value.And that's the misnomer they were told."
Kearns, who teaches realty classes, believes mortgage banks should disclose more information about the nature of the loans to the borrowers.
"When they issue a loan to a consumer, they don't have to tell them what they make on the loan," Kearns said.

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