Christoffer is a successful serial entrepreneur who is leading the way in the lending industry. Having always had a passion for entrepreneurship, even starting businesses from the age of 16, it’s no surprise that Chris is the mind behind this successful business.
After working as a real estate agent, appraiser, and broker, he quickly learned the ins and outs of the industry. There were aspects he didn’t like, so he took it upon himself to find solutions. This is why he and his wife started Groves Capital Inc., a family-owned mortgage company with the lowest rates in the industry. His greatest accomplishments with Groves Capital Inc. have been growing from 2 people to 575 across 25 states in fewer than three years on his own; creating a family feel across the company where everyone works together to help others become successful; and doing billions in volume in such a short amount of time.
In 2022, Chris plans to provide the best platform he can for each of his partners to help them grow and thrive, all while keeping his company standards to 5 stars.
Chris has also started to take his 110% Movement across the country to inspire others to take control of their lives to be successful and help them live their best lives. Chris will be creating a motivational experience using hyped-up music, light show effects, inspiring videos, and powerful speaking to engage the audience in a modern way to evoke a change of mindset that will send them on the right path for success.
Chris grew up in a small town of 942 people and started working at farms at the age of 12. His father was a blue-collar worker and he rarely saw him, but what he did see was his father struggling, changing jobs frequently, despite being a hardworking, dedicated employee. His mother, who also worked, was very energetic and good with people. From his father, Chris learned to have a strong work ethic that enables him to have the success he has, and from his mother, he developed an energetic personality that allows him to connect with people from all walks of life. At the age of 18, he left his small hometown with only $300 in his pocket and headed to San Diego to pursue his dreams.