Having been in the mortgage industry and banking for 25+ years, I became employed with American Advisors Group (AAG) in October 2018. Here I can utilize my expertise and skills to help borrowers with traditional mortgage loans as well as reverse mortgage loans. I pride myself on my attentiveness to clients, customer service, communication and educating my clients on the process and the documents they are signing in obtaining a new mortgage. Prior to working in the mortgage industry, I worked as a manager of an auto finance company and a branch manager of a bank. I hold a degree in Economics with a minor in math and statistics from the University of Missouri.
Specialties: Reverse Mortgages loans, Conventional loans, FHA, VA and Jumbo
Favorite Quote: What lies behind us and what lies in front of us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us. ---Oliver Wendell Holmes
Licensed information: Department of Financial Protection and Innovation under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act. AK Lic #AK213327; AZ Lic# 0913274; CA Lic # CA-DBO213327; CO Lic # 100509415; Georgia Residential Mortgage Licensee. GA Lic# 66815; MA Lic #213327; MO Lic #22041-MLO; MT Lic #213327; NV Lic #68539; NM Lic #213327; OH Lic #MLO-OH213327; TN Lic #210132; WI Lic #213327
Whether your goal is to finance your first home or your last home or want to use your current housing wealth to sustain your retirement lifestyle, AAG has the right loan for you.
AAG is a full-service mortgage lender with traditional (conventional, jumbo, FHA, VA), refinance, and reverse mortgage loans. For every stage of your life, we have a mortgage to match and more importantly, we’ll guide you through the loan process every step of the way.
A purchase mortgage is what homebuyers use to finance the purchase of a new home. Whereas, a refinance mortgage is what borrowers who already own a home use to replace their current mortgage, usually with the goal of achieving a better interest rate, term, or cash-out.Learn More
A mortgage refinance is replacing a current mortgage with a new mortgage loan. It is usually undertaken to obtain a new mortgage with a lower monthly mortgage payment achieved by means of a lower interest, new loan term, or new loan type.Learn More
A reverse mortgage is a way for older Americans to convert some of their home equity to pay off their current mortgage — if they still have one — and create more cash flow to cover everyday expenses, home renovations, medical expenses, and other needs and goals.Learn More