About Stewardship

We are a team of real estate, home loan, insurance, and financial advisors serving you with wisdom and love.


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Your Team Of Advisors

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Grant Botma
Grant BotmaFounder of Stewardship
Jake Norton
Jake NortonInvestment Advisor | Co-Founder of Stewardship Financial & Planning
Brandon Ream
Brandon ReamInsurance Advisor | Co-Founder of Stewardship Insurance
Brian Ream
Jarred Kuiper
Jarred KuiperHome Loan Advisor
Matt Curtis
Matt CurtisHome Loan Advisor
Ryan Delviken
Ryan DelvikenHealth Plan Advisor
Mark Shipley
Mark ShipleyReal Estate Advisor & Associate Broker
Nate Swartz
Nate SwartzReal Estate Advisor
Brian Baker
Brian BakerChief Operating Officer
Marshall Tague
Marshall TagueReferral Manager
Donna Rivituso
Donna RivitusoClient Connection Manager
Joy Smith
Joy SmithPolicy Manager | Stewardship Insurance
Andrea Middleton
Andrea MiddletonPolicy Manager | Stewardship Planning
Jean Klinkhamer
Jean KlinkhamerVice President of Private Money Lending & Designated Broker | Stewardship Realty
Mike Zins
Mike ZinsVice President of Private Money Lending & Home Loan Advisor for Investor clients

The Stewardship Story

As life progresses, we find ourselves looking to buy or sell a house, weighing different insurance policies, and trying to build wealth. Those things are tough to do correctly when we do not have the proper information. This leaves many people asking questions like “Where do I start?” or “Am I doing it right?”

Unfortunately, everybody has seen the consequences of, or experienced themselves, poor financial decisions without proper education and guidance: A real estate transaction gone wrong; A mortgage with excessive fees or a rate that is not competitive; improper insurance coverage; terrible customer service; poor investment advice; paying too much taxes; just to name a few. I believe that these are all financial injustices, and they can easily flood into the rest of our life carrying relationships and marriages downstream with them.

When I read about and witnessed these financial injustices, I felt sick. Even now, as I write this and think about these things, my stomach churns. It makes me angry, and I