NW Premier Mortgage
Your Premier Mortgage Lender
Meet Our Team
Our team of mortgage professionals are ready to help you navigate the increasingly-complex world of lending. We recognize that you have a choice when it comes to working with a mortgage professional and we look forward to earning your trust and building a lasting relationship.
Loan Coordinator / Manager
Resa graduated from the University of Arizona in Finance (Go Cats!) and began her 17-year career in residential lending. In 1998 she was drawn to Portland by the distant memory of a road trip to the Pacific Northwest in... Read More
Loan Officer >NMLS: 1198437
Whitney grew up in a rural area of southeast Arkansas until she decided to leave the (hobby) farm behind to attend the University of Arkansas, where she studied business administration & marketing management.
Post co... Read More
Loan Officer >NMLS: 1038455
Gregg is one of the few but proud native Oregonians! He attended David Douglas High school (class of 1987), Oregon State University (class of 1991) and Portland State University (MBA in 1997). Along the way, Gregg has ... Read More
Jesse has been helping families buy homes for over ten years, first as a real estate agent, and now as a loan officer. His passion is not only real estate, but also in educating his clients so that they can make informe... Read More
Libbie has had a varied and interesting career. From her beginnings as a secretary for First Interstate Bank, to her current position as Loan Coordinator Manager with NW Premierâ€¦sheâ€™ll tell you itâ€™s been a blast.... Read More
Sara is a former English major who stumbled into the world of lending when she moved to Portland in 1997. A native of Wisconsin, Sara spends her free time doing all the things that made her move to the northwest in the ... Read More
Holly is a licensed landscape architect who unwittingly found herself immersed in her husbandâ€™s lively little mortgage company back in 2008. After jumping in with both feet, a crash course, and too many challenging lo... Read More
After retiring from educational administration, Jo was serving as a full-time nanny for her granddaughter, but found herself bored when her â€śchargeâ€ť went off to pre-school part time. While talking with her neighbors... Read More