You will absolutely love working with the team at Signet Mortgage Corporation. Signet Mortgage is small enough that anyone in the office can get an answer to your question. We utilize a shared email for the entire Team so that we can be sure to get on your request immediately.
It’s my pleasure to briefly introduce the team…
Sandy D will be the primary contact for clients and partners. She has an extensive background in real estate. Sandy has two teenagers and is very active with school and fun.
DeeDee will be a primary contact as she is our senior loan processor that makes sure we have the proper documentation to submit files. She has extensive experience in the mortgage industry and is dedicated to making it a timely process. DeeDee is in Montana and has two children in college.
Amy & Mary will generally be the individuals submitting your loan to the lender. This roll is very important to submit complete and clean files helping the underwriting process go as smooth as possible. These ladies are a great help to processing loans quickly.
Robin has transitioned to closeout our loans. Robin has been with Signet over 10 years and balances watching her grandkids with being a significant contributor to Signet Mortgage.
Michelle works from sunny Arizona and is invaluable working in the background keeping our client and partner communications on track; including the website and marketing. Mostly Michelle is in charge of “coolness” at Signet Mortgage. She has her husband, three children and a tortoise currently living at home.
Sandy G is a 30+ year veteran of the mortgage industry having run her own wholesale mortgage company. Sandy’s experience comes in particularly useful when we want to qualify a borrower in an unusual situation. Sandy is semi-retired, living in west Reno with Michael. She is gracious to help out when needed and her experience is invaluable.
Clay gets to “drive the bus” and has the most fun helping clients realize their dreams of home ownership and investments. Almost every day starts out with a hike in the hills behind his home with his border collies.