Rob Jackovich, and his wife Annie, revitalized a 1928 schoolhouse in Krakow, Wisconsin with support from Bank of Luxemburg. After flipping four homes, this nontraditional challenge was right within Rob's wheelhouse. He started pounding nails at age 10, built furniture by 18, went to school for architecture and specialized in historic preservation. With a clear vision, he sought a likeminded financer to help make the schoolhouse his personal residence.
"I dealt with other banks who looked at me like I didn't know what I was doing," Rob shared." But Bank of Luxemburg was easy to work with and creative. We closed in three and a half weeks, took plans to Bank of Luxemburg, and our loan officer, Tom, confidently said, "Cool. Let's do it!"
Rob is graceful for the bank's role in making his dream a reality. "They understood. There's a personal touch. There's a pulse with that Bank. They feel your vision. Others would think I was crazy, but they got me," he explained. "There's a lot of us dreamers and creators, and we just need someone to back us. Bank of Luxemburg understood my vision from the start. It was meant to be."
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