- Mortgage Master Service Corporation NMLS 40445Licensed Mortgage Originator MLO121324, 2000 - presentHelping Washington borrowers buy or refinance a home from the initial pre-qualification and review of possible mortgage scenarios, all the way to closing the mortgage transaction. Educating borrowers about the mortgage process and their options so they can make informed decisions. Washington State Housing Finance Commission approved state instructor for Home Buyer Education Seminars. We offer conforming, FHA, VA, USDA and jumbo/non-conforming mortgages.
- Washington Title CompanyBranch Manager, 1996 - 2000Manager of a title and escrow branch located in Federal Way. Assisted with everything from sales, customer service, overseeing the escrow team and helping with signings/closings.
- Transamerica Title InsuranceAccount Executive, 1991 - 1996Title insurance sales representative.
- Chicago Title InsuranceAccount Executive, 1986 - 1991Title insurance sales representative.
I've lived in Washington State for most of my life and have been a mortgage originator at Mortgage Master Service Corporation since April 2000. Mortgage Master Service Corporation is a family owned correspondent lender serving the Pacific Northwest for over 30 years.
I live in Seattle with my husband, cat and dog. We have three grown kids we are very proud of. I enjoy cooking, gardening, wine, sailing and painting.
MLO License #121324 | ID# 40445
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