Joshua Donion, NMLS 344326
Cornerstone Home Lending
Josh was born and raised on Capitol Hill (where his mom still lives in his same birth home). He currently lives in the Montlake neighborhood, and is the proud father an amazing son, who is a seventh generation Washingtonian. He graduated from Tulane University's A.B. Freeman School of Business with a BSM in Marketing. Presently (since 2011) Josh humbly serves one of the country's oldest civil rights organizations, as a Board Member of the PNW Regional Anti-Defamation League, and has held numerous positions over the years. . Additionally, Josh also serves on the Board as Treasurer for ‘The Feels Foundation’ whose mission is to cultivate and nurture community and the creative brilliance of BIPOC artists. Josh previously served on the board of King County Youth Development Fund for almost two decades, which provides support services and funds to abused and/or neglected youth. Being a lifetime season ticket holder to the Mariner’s, one might say Josh is deeply rooted with compassion and empathy as his driving values.
Josh’s ultimate professional goal is to empower you with confidence, so that when you buy a home and obtain a mortgage, you are able to maintain a satisfying lifestyle and continue to save for your future.
With over two decades of experience in the world of residential lending, since October of 2002, Josh is a true professional. He understands that securing a mortgage is likely the largest financial commitment you may ever face. As the industry continues to commoditize the home buying process, Josh has a dedicated approach to treat your mortgage as a major financial decision. The difference between what a client ‘qualifies’ for, and what they can ‘afford’ can be huge. By focusing on affordability YOUR concerns become the top priority.
Buying a home and getting a mortgage doesn’t have to be stressful. Cornerstone is committed to professional excellence and ensuring your purchase/mortgage transaction is as smooth as possible.