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Rebecca is an owner of a boutique mortgage banking firm offering comprehensive mortgage planning solutions for residential purchase, refinance and new construction mortgages. Specialties include: First-time Homebuyers, FHA, VA, USDA, New Construction

As a veteran banker, Rebecca understands the importance of personalized service and attention to detail. When advising her clients on financing their dream home, Rebecca puts her clients at ease through her understanding and patience.

Rebecca has widespread knowledge of mortgage lending and attributes her success to providing the highest level of personalized service to each of her clients’ specific needs, whether they are building, purchasing or refinancing a home. Rebecca is eager to help make the home buying process easy and enjoyable.

Helping her community is very close to Rebecca’s heart. With over 10 years of volunteering with Salvation Army of Carlisle, she likes to give back as often as possible. Rebecca is also a past board member of Little Lights Learning Center and past campaign chair of United Way of Carlisle and Cumberland County.

Rebecca has been recognized many times over the years to include, Cover Story: Business Woman Magazine in April 2015, Leading the Way: Today’s Women in Business by The Sentinel, Woman of Influence by the Central Penn Business Journal and is a Graduate of Leadership Cumberland.

Rebecca is also a graduate of Big Spring School District and holds a B.S. in Business Administration and Marketing from Shippensburg University. She enjoys spending time with family, being outside in the summer, reading, cooking and a nice glass of wine! She resides in Carlisle with her husband Shaun and their son Grayson.

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What Does the Fed Lowering Interest Rates Mean to Me?

Every time the Fed lowers rates, our phones ring!  Everyone thinks that means mortgage rates are going down…when in fact, that is usually the opposite of what happens. And unfortunately, most loan officers do not even understand the relationship between the Fed funds rate and mortgage rates. What you need to know The Fed rate … Continue reading What Does the Fed Lowering Interest Rates Mean to Me?

Is there a change coming to FHA MI?

On Wednesday, The House of Representative passed the Housing Financial Literacy Act of 2019…also called HR 2162.  The bill modifies the discount giving the by Federal Housing Administration (FHA) on single-family mortgage-insurance premium payments for first-time homebuyers who completed a financial-management counseling program.

The Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Attend My Homebuyer’s Seminar

While buying your home is exciting and something to be proud of, it can be a confusing and complicated process that can leave you feeling intimidated. Which is why I host a monthly homebuyer seminar to help alleviate some of the anxiety that comes with purchasing your home by informing you about crucial aspects of … Continue reading The Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Attend My Homebuyer’s Seminar

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