I am a Consumer and Commercial Banking Professional interested in helping my clients realize business and real estate objectives. My focus will always be to develop long-term relationships with both my customers and referral sources to achieve lasting benefits for everyone I work with.
FirstBank is fortunate to have financial stability, outstanding employees, and great customers. The Banks owes its success to the core values it has held since it was founded in 1963. Ever since, it has maintained a strong commitment to convenience, friendly and intelligent customer service, and loyalty to its employees.
FirstBank has grown through consumer and commercial lending, innovative banking products and services and a high regard for community investment. FirstBank now has over $10 billion in assets and over 125 locations in Colorado, Arizona, and California. It is still a growing company, but after nearly 50 years, the commitment to its customers and to its communities has not changed.
I work diligently to serve the mortgage and commercial lending needs of the Front Range communities. I work with an array of clients looking to purchase, refinance or create equity lines on Residential Real Estate properties, both consumer and investment. In addition, I have extensive experience in Commercial Real Estate lending and work with several clients to develop varying Property Portfolios.
FirstBank does a significant amount of portfolio lending, which allows me as a lender to use common-sense underwriting and adapt to my client’s needs. My goal is always to find a way to make the loan work for the customer in a way that benefits all parties involved. As a member of FirstBank’s management team, my goal is to work closely with and provide the greatest benefit for the community in which I work.
I am also the Board President of the non-profit Alternatives for Youth, as well as the Affiliate Chair for the Longmont Association of Realtors. In addition, annually I teach financial literacy to grade school students in the St. Vrain School District.