Loan Advisor • Layton Branch • NMLS #2353909
The human connection matters at <APM>. Our goal is to “Create Experiences That Matter” by providing you with personalized care and utilizing state-of-the-art technology. My team and I listen first so we can provide you with customized solutions based on your unique circumstances and goals.
I have been in the financial industry for 10 years as an Accountant and now Loan Originator. My accounting experience enables me to provide accurate financial transactions with strong communication and transparency to my clients. Working in both industries gives me a unique ability to provide my clients with sound advice for planning to fulfill their long-term and short-term financial goals.
I am very passionate about helping people. My love language is taking care of people. I also have a very strong motherly instinct. I will go out of my way to make sure someone is taken care of and go above and beyond what is required.
Aside from helping my clients, I love to spend time with my family. I am a wife and mom to 2 amazing children. My husband and I enjoy sharing our love of the outdoors with our kids and taking them to experience the world around us. We own several horses and a pony, which we enjoy using for trail rides, hunting, and helping friends work cattle on their ranches. My family and I enjoy camping, fishing, snowboarding, mountain biking, and riding our razor in the beautiful mountains or on the red rock of southern Utah.
I also love to learn and am constantly furthering my education and growth. I am an avid reader, both fiction and non-fiction books.
I’m proud to partner with a company that is consistently on the leading edge of the industry. With APM’s game-changing loan programs and specialty products at my disposal, I have the tools to create ownership opportunities for my clients.
It’s my goal that you are 100% satisfied throughout the mortgage process. I look forward to making your dreams of homeownership a reality.
One of the obstacles that keeps first-time homebuyers out of the housing market is the misconception that they need to...