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phone: (520) 975-8810
mobile: (520) 975-8810
fax: (866) 244-6099
Frank Ceizyk
Mortgage Industry Consumer Advocate

Tucson,  Arizona  85755
About Me
Since 1992, I have helped thousands of Arizona homeowners work towards paying their house off faster, or purchase homes that are within their means by educating, advocating for and delivering on common sense mortgage planning strategies.
After originating, owning and operating my own company the last 20 years, I have decided it is time to devote my time and energy to advocating for common sense reform of current regulations to allow for a sustainable housing platform that still protects consumers.
I have already begun to work with industry professionals, legislative officials, and public relations agencies to begin to craft a new housing finance paradigm, and am working to move to New York City of Washington DC to promote change on behalf of whatever company, consumer advocacy, or regulatory agency truly wants to be a leader in a complete image overhaul of the housing industry.
Dennis "Frank" Ceizyk Jr
License Information
NMLSR 180290
Employment History
Vice President, Heartland Mortgage
Privately Held;1-10 employees;Agents and Brokers
May 1995 - December 2013 (18 Years 7 Months)
Owner of full service mortgage brokerage company. Focus on consumer education and lifetime customer building. Conventional, FHA, VA and investor portfolio programs.
Mortgage Industry Consumer Advocate, Consumer Mortgage Advocacy
Privately Held;101-250 employees;Agents and Brokers
August 2008 - Present (6 Years 2 Months)
Mortgage Industry Consumer Advocate Since 2008, have written and presented to state housing, non profits, national mortgage blogs, and Federal Reserve sponsored housing meetings in Arizona about the need for mortgage industry driven reform. Expanding reach to national efforts to promote legislative reform of current regulatory guidelines that better serves the housing consumer, allows for a more robust housing recovery, and restores common sense to the housing finance system.
Education
1988 - 1991
University of Arizona - Tucson, AZ
Media Arts/Finance
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