About Christian Willford

Christian has more than 20 years of mortgage industry experience, having spent more than half of that time at Directors Mortgage. He prides himself on his ability to build lasting relationships As Christian’s client, you will stay informed and have a great experience as he ensures that your loan closes in a timely manner.

Christian grew up in the Northwest and has lived in Oregon for over 25 years. He is a graduate of Portland State University, where he studied economics. He is close with his family and lives in Portland with his wife and son. In his free time he enjoys surfing, snowboarding, mountain biking and restoring his classic car.

  • Christian and the entire team at Directors went above and beyond... to explain every step of the way and made us feel understood and comfortable.

    Timothy T.
    4/02/2021

    I was so happy with Christian Wilford. He made this otherwise scary process easy and understandable. He was always prompt, attentive, and respectful, even when I would ask the same questions over and over. The ease of everything on the computer now made it possible for me to handle things any time of day. Thank you so much!!

    Kristen R.
    2/19/2021
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