Instructor Bio - Jim Garrison, GRI, CSP
Superior School of Real Estate
Jim has been actively involved in the real estate industry since 1984, earning a position in the 100% club for RE/MAX 5 years in a row. Jim has been a mortgage originator since moving to Charlotte in 1993.
Jim wrote his first North Carolina-approved CE class on creative financing in 1995. Since then, Jim has also developed and instructed many training classes for Realtors®, new & experienced loan officers, and financial planners.
Jim's CE courses on mortgage finance have been enjoyed by over 2,500 North Carolina real estate licensees.
Jim has appeared three times for the Home Builder’s Association of Charlotte, and has presented at the North Carolina Home Builder’s Association 21st Century Building Expo & Conference. He also has been part of the Charlotte Regional Realtor’s® Association ‘Speaker Series’. Jim's ‘Mortgage Matters’ column has been featured monthly in the ‘Properties of Charlotte’ section of the Charlotte Observer, and has also appeared in the Charlotte Business Journal, Broker Agent magazine, Today’s Custom Home, and the New Home Journal.
Jim has sold new and resale homes and originated the mortgages for them, so he has a unique perspective of what it takes for Realtors®, builders and lenders to succeed. For further information contact Jim Garrison with Brayden Capital Home Loans at 704-488-5020 or email him at [email protected].
“Informative, compact and powerful.”
— Pattie Campbell
“What I liked about this seminar is that it directly applies to our day-to-day dealings
with buyers and sellers.”
— Kelly Feeley, Allen Tate Realtors
“Jim is amazing with math! This was an eye-opening class.”
— Kim Roberts, Charlotte Metro Properties
“This seminar had a wealth of information that was well presented.”
— Mike Sikorski, RE/MAX Executive
“Jim's great and I really enjoyed his teaching style along with the real
— Lee Calhoun, John Wieland Homes
“Worth every minute and penny spent.”
— Debbie Smith, Allen Tate Company
“Great information… a real eye-opener as to the inner workings of the credit
— Scott Sadler, RE/MAX Executive