Bay Equity Corporate

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Generosity Rating: 5

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Bay Equity is a full-service retail mortgage lender. Founded in the heart of San Francisco’s financial district in 2007, the company recently moved to new corporate headquarters in Sausalito.

Bay Equity Home Loans currently has branches in 30 states and is expanding across the nation. In addition to its retail branches, the company has corporate and operations centers in Concord and Sausalito, CA, Denver and Grand Junction in Colorado, Lake Oswego, OR and Everett, WA.

Bay Equity is family owned and operated. The company is a long time supporter of the Warrior Foundation-Freedom Station, donating a portion of the proceeds from each FHA and VA loan funded.

Bay Equity has hired accomplished mortgage and financial professionals at all levels and has proudly assembled a highly experienced staff of corporate executives and operations professionals.

Sheila I Denver, CO

Connection

The A.F. Academy is just down the road from us. The families of these service members deserve our support.

Published March 16, 2017
Fred B San Diego, CA

Health & Wellness

We are surrounded by folks that have protected us and paid the price physically. We need to help them continue to serve as contributing member of society. Thanks Bay for giving them that dignity.

Published March 16, 2017
Martin B Seattle, WA

Mental Health

My son is a Navy pilot and the mental toll these men endure to serve us is great. Thanks Bay Equity for caring.

Published March 16, 2017

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WWP connects warriors to other veterans and their communities. It serves these men and women with free life-saving programs and services, made possible through generous donations from the American public. These opportunities empower warriors to live life on their terms, to mentor other veterans in need, and to serve as productive members of their communities.

WWP has grown to meet the evolving needs of warriors, adding programs to encourage warriors to connect with one another and their communities. In 2016 alone, more than 144,000 warriors took part in connection events in communities in all 50 states. Additionally, WWP expanded mental and physical health efforts, increased advocacy by working closer with Congress, and boosted career and benefits counseling to warriors. In 2016, WWP career and benefits counseling resulted in more than $175 million in economic impact to warriors and their families.

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