My partner and I went to Annie Gulosh of Northwest Mortgage Advisors a couple of years ago to find out if we qualified to buy a home. We did qualify, and Annie made the application process a piece of cake and stress free. But, our income was not as high as we wanted it to be, so we decided to wait for next year’s tax filing to give our income the boost we needed to qualify for the house we wanted. Annie advised us on which debt to pay off and we focused on that debt and improved our income to debt ratio. We did what she recommended and now we qualify for the amount we wanted and have found our dream home. We were impressed with the no pressure sales approach we received from Annie and how she stuck with us this whole time, just so we could reach our goal. Annie has a lot of integrity and it shows in her business practices and approach. Anyone thinking of buying a new home or refinancing their current home really should talk to Annie first. I talked to other mortgage lenders, but didn't find the same professionalism as I did with Annie. Annie really knows her stuff.
Annie Gulosh with Northwest Mortgage Advisors can help you assess what type of real estate investment you can afford and serve as your advocate in this tough funding market. She’s a highly polished professional who knows her business and has a team to assist her in representing your interests. She sustains knowledge of changing regulations by embracing continuous learning - both as a teacher and student!. She procured a loan for my partner with ease, even answering questions while on vacation. Contact Annie for all your mortgage lending needs, and you’ll not regret it!
If you're tired of mortgage weasels with their hair slicked back like some B-list celebrity stop by the office of Todd Gydesen and Collin Hall at the top of Sylvan Hill, across the street from West Sylvan Middle School. Todd and Collin are long time Portland lending professionals who always put their clients first. They are also two of the bigger loan officers out there - old Duck linemen, so don't set your lunch down in front of them. Other than the possible loss of your sandwich, you won't go wrong with these two looking out for you.