Greg and John Duvall featured in KC Business Journal: Father-son mortgage bankers happily end up together at Northmarq

KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI (July 13, 2022) - In the world of professional sports, father-son combinations have garnered interest and curiosity. For instance, when previous United States Men's National Soccer coach Bob Bradley assumed the coaching role of his son on the national team, many wondered "What is that dynamic like?" Northmarq's own father-son duo in its Kansas City debt/equity office recently shed some light on this unique professional pairing. The story, featured in the Kansas City Business Journal, details how they found themselves working side by side. The Duvall partnership brings their family history full circle, with John recalling how as a child, he would accompany his father with his Polaroid camera taking photos of multifamily properties. Greg has been with Northmarq for more than 35 years, and was joined by John in 2018.

Read the full story in the Kansas City Business Journal.

A 14-year-old John Duvall is pictured with his mother, Elaine, and sister, Rachel, during a family trip to San Antonio in 2002. Greg Duvall sent this photo to a loan officer friend at Freddie Mac as a prank, purporting to document a "property inspection" done by his family on the officer's behalf.

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