Ed Diaz

Mortgage banker, Opes Advisors
San Francisco, CA, United States

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Bio

I am a very passionate native of Nicaragua and alive person with a sense of humor. I am a mortgage banker living in San Francisco California. My focus is to help those looking to purchase or refinance real estate, to make the most effective financial decisions. I have a vast network of professionals who are caring, competent and have great character. I am a connector by nature and therefore love putting great people together. I specialize in residential mortgage lending, credit analysis and repair, debt negotiation and professional speaking on financial & motivation topics.

Languages

Spanish

Areas of Expertise

Credit Repair & Education, Public Speaking- Finance & Motivation, Mortgage Lending- Purchase & Refinance

I'm passionate about

People, Music, Food, Comedy, Coffee, Friends, Family, Making a difference, the outdoors, travel, stimulating talks, exercise, networking, concerts and my Christian faith

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Food, Music, Saving the planet, politics, entrepreneurship, thought provoking ideas, people's stories, documentaries, the outdoors, travel, poetry, professional networking events, festivals & concerts

Comments & conversations

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Ed Diaz
Posted 10 months ago
Are people in large US metropolitan cities become too self-centered?
Bravo Joshua, That is the most intelligent and deep answer yet. I completely agree with you. It's all about perspective and owning one's perspective. Maybe I just have become too sensitive since I, for one reason or another, see a greater focus on money around me, than a focus on humanity. You make great points and maybe it's just time for me to focus more on the existence of humanity, kindness and love than me looking for the absence thereof because after all, we get what we focus on. I will work on my reticular activator for sure! Thanks for the refreshing perspective, Ed Diaz
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Ed Diaz
Posted 10 months ago
Are people in large US metropolitan cities become too self-centered?
Hi Barry, I think you are correct, they always have been but maybe it's just me but they seem to be getting astronomical. We see it in the huge discrepancy between pay for CEOs and the rest of us working stiffs. I would love to see the humanity of things come back and not this incessant pursuit of money and winning (thanks Charlie Sheen). Thanks Ed Diaz
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Ed Diaz
Posted 10 months ago
Are people in large US metropolitan cities become too self-centered?
Good morning LaMar, You hit it on the head! Wonderful feedback and much appreciated. Your reply has also focused light on the fact that one of the best ways to counter this behavior and societal pattern, is to surround yourself with folks like yourself who really understand what the beauty of life is all about. Congratulations for having such maturity of spirit. I am glad to see there are more folks like you and I out there. From the outside, I look like a successful mortgage banker but that is ONLY what I do and NOT who I am. I am much like you (oddly enough since I am in this career). I chose this career to bring a new fresh perspective and approach to a greed infested industry that focuses primarily on the money and not the humanity in real estate and finances. Thank you and Godspeed to you and yours! Ed Diaz