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Lauren Hatmaker Founded Eugene Mortgage Brokers in 2015.
Lauren is the owner and a licensed loan officer since 2006:
I grew up in Eugene and have lived in Eugene for most of my life. I have been in the mortgage industry for going on two decades. Previously to starting Eugene Mortgage Brokers I worked at another local mortgage company. I have a vast knowledge of the mortgage business and utilize that knowledge to assist clients with numerous lending scenarios.
My passion lies with helping other people achieve their goals and dreams. I love being able to help people with attaining their dream of home ownership.
Lauren is very involved in the community and loves to give back.
2017 Director Consultant, Business Networking International (BNI)
2007 to current BNI Member and has held various leadership positions
2016 to current President, Board of Valley Immigration Training Advocacy and Legal Services
2008 to current Mentor, Sponsors, Inc
2015 to current, Eugene Chamber of Commerce
2017 to current, Springfield Chamber of Commerce
When she is not working, Lauren enjoys spending time with her family, golfing, Olympic lifting, traveling, hiking, reading and the beach. She is a competitive weightlifter and currently holds the state records in her class.
Lauren’s Favorite Loan Programs:
VA Loans: I feel honored and privileged to be able to serve veterans by guiding them through the home loan process. There is no better feeling then when I see a veteran in their new home claiming their piece of the American dream.
First Time Home Buyers: With the biggest financial decision of their lives it is important that my first time home buyers feel at ease and know they have a mortgage adviser that they know, like and trust. I take pride in being their adviser educating and communicating with my clients throughout the home loan process.
Reverse Mortgages: Helping our elders stay in their own home as long as possible is why I love helping with reverse mortgages. Reverse mortgages can be a tool for our seniors to utilize the equity in their home. Seniors can use the money to offset medical costs or do necessary repairs or upgrades or for whatever they choose.