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Meet Troy

“My love for the ocean and the lifestyle of a coastal community has helped to mold me into the person that I am today. I enjoyed 18 years of warm summers spent working and enjoying the beach coupled with cold, windy, dreary winters devoted to school, playing basketball and trying to bare the cold while surfing. From the age of fourteen I have always been employed in establishments where good customer service made all of the difference. I learned long ago to treat others as I would want to be treated and that philosophy has always worked well for me. I believe that it works particularly well in the mortgage industry. It seems to me that in recent years, the emphasis on customer service has fallen to the wayside in our business.”

I always tell my clients that I remember what it felt like to sit on the other side of the desk in a lender’s office. I remember the feelings of worry and concern that tend to grow if you are not in frequent contact with your lender. Buying a house should be an exciting experience with little to no stress. I want my clients to enjoy the whole experience and concentrate on the more important things like . . . where do I put the furniture? The home buying experience should also be educational and enable buyers (especially first time buyers) to learn a lot about the process so that their next home purchase will be even easier! I enjoy being a mortgage lender because of the opportunities to work with great people, to build new relationships, and to help people achieve their dreams of owning their own home.”

Meet The Team

TROY WILLIAMSON
MORTGAGE CONSULTANT

With over a decade of experience, Troy enjoys being a mortgage lender because of the opportunities to work with great people, to build new relationships, and to help people achieve their dreams of owning their own home.

 

PHILIP ANDREWS
MORTGAGE CONSULTANT

Drawing from a diverse financial background, Philip enjoys helping clients find the right Mortgage solutions to meet their overall financial goals.

 

NATHALINE RICHARDS
TRANSACTION COORDINATOR

Nathaline Richards is a Transaction Coordinator, and has supported two top producing Mortgage Loan Officers for the past five years. She has worked in the real estate industry since 2002 and her main focus is always customer service and retention.

CARRIE JORDAN
TRANSACTION COORDINATOR

 

TRACY COLLIER
LOAN PROCESSOR

Tracy Collier, Philip Andrews, Carrie Jordan, Troy Williamson, Nathaline Richards
Tracy Collier, Philip Andrews, Carrie Jordan, Troy Williamson, Nathaline Richards

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