Beth Imhoff

Senior Loan Officer
NMLS # 1378711
State Lic WA #MLO-1378711, CA #CA-DFPI1378711, OR #1378711, AZ #LO-1007006


Lake Oswego - Tigard
6650 SW Redwood Lane
Suite 330 & 350
Portland, OR 97224
Fax number: (503) 606-8913

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Beth Imhoff is a Senior Mortgage Loan Officer serving Oregon, Washington, California and Arizona.

She has been in the mortgage industry since 2015; helping people like you obtain their goal of sustainable homeownership. Beth truly understands that mortgages and lending can be unfamiliar territory for many.

Over the years she has had the opportunity of working with people who have a wide variety of situations and has helped them achieve their financing goals. Whether you are a first-time homebuyer, refinancing or buying your third investment property, Beth will guide you through the loan process seamlessly by providing quality communication and advice. Beth can provide a wide range of home loan options that makes the most sense for your situation.

What are the benefits of working with an Academy Mortgage Loan Officer? The thing that makes Academy so great to work with is that we are a direct lender. This means each branch and regional office is equipped to complete the entire loan process locally. Beth will be in control of your loan file throughout the entire process. This system allows for continuous communication and has given us a proven track record of closing loans quickly and efficiently.

Does it sound too good to be true? See Beth’s 5-Star rating and reviews on Zillow

Beth offers Conventional, FHA, VA, USDA, or down payment assistance loans servicing the Portland and beyond including all of Oregon, Washington, California and Arizona.

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