DJ Marlow

DJ Marlow

Sr. Mortgage Specialist  |  NMLS - 1605360

Licensed in Arizona, Oregon & Washington

About DJ Marlow

As a Mortgage Specialist who’s been in the industry since 2016, DJ is dedicated to helping her clients realize their homeownership dreams. Whether it’s the right time to explore a refinance or you want to consider the possibility of purchasing a new home, DJ wants to know about your personal needs. She’ll listen to you and work hard to find the right loan product for your situation. Clients can expect frequent communication along the way, and can even rely on DJ as a resource after your loan closes. Her goal is to be your Lender for Life!

DJ worked as an accountant for 28 years, then worked in the airline industry for 10 years. As a loan officer, she is able to blend her strong numbers and accounting background with her love of working with and assisting others.

DJ is a lifelong Clark County, WA resident – many years spent on the board of Hazel Dell Little League, and coaching in Salmon Creek Soccer Club. She also has a second home in Scottsdale, AZ.

Outside of her life as a Mortgage Specialist, DJ enjoys singing. She has been seen singing the national anthem at events such as the Clark County Relay for Life.

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