If you need any kind of financing John is the man. He's a life long local San Diegan who graduated from San Diego High School and USD where he remains a trustee today. It doesn't get much better than that. He's a cast in stone die hard philanthropist who has done nothing but good for the SD community since entering into the San Diego business landscape over three decades ago.
John is a long time blue blood resident and business owner of the Rancho Santa Fe Community and leaves no stones unturned in his quest to help those in need of any type of financing available be it conventional, interim (construction), hard money, or myriad creative solutions.
Additionally, John is very creative in the distressed property arena with an investment pool of unlimited funds from local sources who are actually his friends as well. You don't need to look much further in the world of financing than John Manson. Here's a little more about him.
He's also the founder of the XXXIII annual World Beach Bocce Ball Championship held in July at Del Mar's Dog Beach, which is an on going tradition that has served the Boys and Girls Clubs of San San Diego proudly for decades. His efforts along with his devoted crew of volunteers and sponsors have garnered over a million dollars in proceeds for this fine cause.
John Manson definitely has my vote.
President: John C. Manson
GM MORTGAGE & REALTY CO., INC.
P.O Box 8249
Rancho Santa Fe, Ca. 92067
Phone: (760) 632-5944
Fax: (760) 454-2213
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GM Mortgage is an independently owned Mortgage Company that was founded in 1971. We provide affordable solutions for all types of real estate finance needs.
GM has created an eco-system of finance specialists consumed with educating and assisting our borrower's on the many choices in today's mortgage planning process. We provide affordable solutions for all types of real estate finance needs for example:
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