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PEERS Network Member, Jon Maddux, was recently featured in The Wall Street Journal for his expert insight on current housing mortgages and lending practices read full article >
Jon Maddux is President and co-founder of Drop Mortgage, Inc. Drop Mortgage is a mortgage lender with the focus on residential jumbo niche loan programs. Before the mortgage crisis, he was President of IMS Lending, a local mortgage company in Del Mar, CA. In December 2007, Jon Co-Founded and became CEO of YouWalkAway.com.
Since January 2008, YouWalkAway.com has helped over 8,000 customers navigate through the hardship of foreclosure and / or a short sale. You Walk Away has been featured in news publications and TV news programs such as: 60 Minutes, ABC Nightline, CNN, NBC’s The Today Show, Good Morning America, Yahoo Finance, Time Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Bloomberg, Forbes, Fortune, Money Magazine, NPR, AP, NBC, CBS and Fox News among many others. Many of these publications have used quotes from Maddux about mortgages, short sales and foreclosure.
Music: Signed to Warner Music Publishing from 2006-2008. Jon has worked with Major Label recording artists in the following genres: Country, Rock, Pop & Christian (including Smashmouth, Plain White T’s, John Michael Montgomery, Parmalee, Kutless). Jon wrote original songs and recorded all the music for an upcoming international children's TV show The FoFo Figgily Show. Jon played in Signed Christian for two records and two tours 1992-1994.
Thank you to everyone who attended the PEERS White Party Gala on September 23. Collectively, we were able to raise over $100,000 for the PEERS network and our featured charity beneficiary the Seany Foundation.
By working together we have assisted the Seany foundation with their mission of bringing hope and happiness to children affected by cancer.
PEERS is committed to supporting leaders within the nonprofit sector. In addition to financial support, PEERS also committed to sponsoring the Executive Director of the Seany Foundation to attend Harvard for their nonprofit leadership program.
The Seany Foundation is honored to be the beneficiary of the eighth annual PEERS White Party Gala this year. The Seany Foundation’s mission is to fund meaningful projects that enhance the lives of kids, teens, and young adult affected by cancer.
The Seany Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was founded to carry on the legacy of Sean Lewis Robins and his battle with Ewing sarcoma, a rare childhood cancer.
Today, The Seany Foundation’s main goal is to bring relief and happiness to kids struggling with cancer and to their families, particularly siblings. Cancer is a family disease, and it affects everyone who loves the person with the disease.