Jennifer McConnell

Licensed Loan Officer Assistant
NMLS # 875599
State Lic WY #104619, CO #100511346

I have been in the banking industry since 2010 and switched to mortgage in 2013. My goal is to reach as many people as I can and make the home buying or refinancing experience as seamless as possible. I have the passion and drive to be sure everyone is treated the same and all my clients feel valued. You are taken care of from the first phone call to the last signature on the page and well into the time you are making your mortgage payments.

How I am unique… I try to take the stress away from you. If you get me the documents I have requested and/or answer my questions in a timely manner, it will be a very smooth path for you. The road to home ownership can seem like a scary process but let’s work together and make your dreams a reality.

What is your dream? Is it to buy your first home, purchase an investment property or benefit from refinancing your current home? I am here to venture those dreams along with you, in every stage your life may turn.

I spend my free time running around to different activities our two daughters’ have going on. Our family enjoys traveling and exploring new areas. I enjoy a good walk while getting lost in a good book on tape.

I look forward to hearing from you!

I invite you to put us to the test. Let me show you how simple and easy securing a mortgage can be.

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