Kim Abraham

Mortgage Specialist  |  NMLS - 411096  | 

Licensed in Idaho, Oregon, Utah & Washington

About Kim Abraham

Obtaining a mortgage can be stressful if you’re working with the wrong team. My goal is to be your mortgage specialist for life and to make the process fun, exciting, and most of all as stress free as possible. I strive to exceed expectations and provide superior customer service.

I would be honored to help you, your family, friends, and/or clients. Please do not hesitate to contact me anytime, even if it’s just to ask questions. I’m always happy to help!

  • 5 star service fast response easy to work with very friendly i would recommend her to everyone, great knowledge of the business . We now have our dream home Thank you Kimberly

    thomas horvath

    Excellent I was living in Hawaii and buying a house to move to in Oregon and Kim was amazing! She was able to let me send everything electronic and closed on time. You are the best!


    Excellent service! Kimberly is great! She did everything possible to get us into our first home and never gave up. She was great to work with and always there when we needed her. Highly recommend!

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The 20% Myth: Understanding Down Payments

Most would-be homeowners believe that it’s necessary to pay 20% up front as a down payment when you purchase a home. This would be a major hurdle to homeownership for most people, but the good news is that it isn’t always true. Learn more about the 20% myth so you can better plan to buy…

The Homebuying Process from Beginning to End

Buying a home is the most significant investment most of us will make in our lifetimes. Given this, it may not come as a surprise that the process involved with becoming a homeowner is much more complicated than the everyday purchases we make at the grocery store or even the car dealership. If you’ve never…

What Does a Rate Cut Mean for Mortgages? How to Interpret News Stories About Interest

The Federal Reserve often responds to major economic events by raising or lowering interest rates. While these moves have a big impact on the economy as a whole, they have a different impact on consumers than they do on financial institutions. Learn more about how to interpret interest-focused news stories with this guide. Financial News…

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