Real Estate Panel

Des Moines Real Estate Panel

11:45 Thursday, May, 18th, 2017

Des Moines Real Estate Panel

 

This month, our luncheon will feature a Des Moines real estate panel. It will be a Q&A with a local mortgage loan officer, appraiser, and realtor. Hear about about trends and happenings in the industry and the DSM metro as well as get your questions answered. Read more about each panelist below.

Almost anyone can write a mortgage loan, but are they working to find the RIGHT mortgage loan for your specific needs? Meet Charlie Chedester with Midwest Family Lending in Urbandale. His background in accounting, financial advising and over 13 years of lending experience gives him the tools to best help clients find the right mortgage loan for their specific situation. There are a lot of lenders that promise the world and never really listen to specific needs and questions. He aims to help clients understand the mortgage lending process and how even the smallest extra effort can help make money work harder!

Todd Fatino is the owner of Fatino Appraisal Services and has been a certified residential appraiser for 12 years and a licensed real estate agent for 21 years. Todd is an active member of Des Moines community coaching since 2001. He has served on multiple real estate committees and is a bogey golfer.

Shannon Coryell is a real estate agent that works for one of the highest producing RE/MAX companies in the country- RE/MAX Real Estate Concepts. She attended the University of Iowa, and stayed in Iowa City to open an event facility called the Celebration Farm in 2010. She moved to Des Moines in 2012 and decided to pursue what had always been her dream job, real estate. She is married with a two year old daughter and one cat, and is involved with the Habitat for Humanity, The Slow Food Movement, and rows with the Des Moines Rowing Club. Shannon loves spending time with friends and family, being outdoors, and is passionate about food, politics, and real estate.


Reserve your spot for this luncheon!

Members - $20 

Non-Members - $25

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