Thank you for considering me to guide you through your home financing journey! I am a licensed Mortgage Loan Originator in Panama City committed to providing the best customer service and exceeding your expectations of the mortgage process at every turn. From competitive rates to an on-time closing, I will be here to ensure confidence every step of the way.
I am the wife to an active-duty airman stationed at Tyndall AFB, I am the mother to 3 beautiful children and I am involved in our wonderful community here in Bay County. Originally from South Carolina, my husband and I moved to Panama City in 2014 and have had the honor of calling the panhandle our home for the last 8 years. When I’m not busy helping my members, I am spending time with my family at the ball field, at the island or doing some other activity outdoors. I have a passion for helping others which is why I truly enjoy my job as a mortgage loan originator. From assisting first-time home buyers to assisting our incoming military relocating to the panhandle to assisting those purchasing their forever home or an investment property, I understand how important the home buying process is.
Buying a home can be one of the most important investments that you make. I am dedicated to making the process a positive and rewarding experience for you, and I welcome the opportunity to earn your business and your trust.
Thank you so much for explaining things clearly. I appreciate how quickly you get back with us about information as well. Have a good day and thank you for all your help! This process has really been so smooth.
You’re so welcome. You were awesome to work with.
Mortgage: What are the dos and don’ts of being in Escrow?
Aug 29, 2022
What are the do's and don’ts of being in escrow?
Continue using a minimal amount of your available credit.
You can maintain the usage you had at qualifying, but do not increase your debt.
Pay your bills on time, or early.
Follow up on the escrow process to be sure you are current on your tasks.
Close any credit cards.
Buy or lease a car.
Open new lines of credit.
Spend your assets, other than living expenses and normal bills.