Nate Gruendemann, a founder of Board Private Bank, outlines a plan for leveling the playing field for potential home-buyers. In today’s market, cash buyers have a big advantage over those who need to secure financing. But does it have to work that way?
Nate Gruendemann is not your typical 22-year-old. He’s young enough to still have high school senior class president and valedictorian on his resume. After two years at Williams College, he and his buddies dropped out to found Board Private Bank. His mission is to level the playing field between mortgage buyers and cash buyers in the country’s most competitive markets.
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