Follow the Golden Rule: Chad Crile treats his clients the way he would like to be treated | Northwest Indiana Business Titles
Christine Bryant, business correspondent
Even as a child, Chad Crile was interested in real estate.
âI remember my mom and I walking into new homes under construction when they were being framed and imagining which rooms were what,â he said.
Years later, those once distant childhood memories resurface.
After graduating from Purdue Northwest in business administration in 2013, Crile quickly realized in his new job that he was not fulfilled. At 26, he dreaded going to work.
“I will never forget, I took a whole weekend and realized that I wanted to do something that would allow me to help people, to work with numbers and to be in the real estate business” the Crown Point resident said.
Crile decided to change course and become a personal loan officer during the home buying process. He now works at Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp. where his day-to-day responsibilities include discussing their buying goals with clients, ensuring they can buy according to required criteria and being an asset to real estate agents. of Northwest Indiana.
âIt ticks all the boxes for me,â he said. âI look forward to Mondays now. I’ve always wanted to serve people, and this allows me to do so.
Crile, 31, says he’s motivated to make the home buying process stress-free and smooth for buyers and agents.