Adrienne Richmond

Loan Officer
NMLS # 1295862
State Lic OR #1295862, WA #MLO- 1295862

I’m Adrienne Richmond, a producing Loan Officer for Academy Mortgage. I have worked in the mortgage origination business since 2002 and joined Academy in 2015. Over my career as a Loan Officer, I have closed millions of dollars of loan transactions, and my particular areas of expertise are First Time Home Buyers, Down Payment Assistance Programs and Government Loans. With my experience and Academy’s broad array of mortgage solutions to choose from, I will make every effort to find a great loan program and pricing for your situation.

Our Branch Office in Battle Ground is equipped to complete the entire loan process in-house—all loan processing, underwriting, closings, and funding are handled in locally. As a result, we have a proven track record of closing loans as quickly and efficiently as possible, and I will be up-to-date on the status of your loan at all times. I understand the importance of maintaining continuous communication throughout the loan process and commit to providing you accurate, timely, and honest mortgage advice.

I am actively involved with area’s local real estate associations, including the Washington Housing Commission. I love teaching fist-time homebuyer classes for the local real estate offices, education is key for all involved.

In my free time, I enjoy traveling, spending as much time as possible with my family and friends.

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