About Larry Melton

After 12 years in the mortgage industry, Larry shifted his focus exclusively to working with seniors and the reverse mortgage product in 2011. He is a native Oregonian from The Dalles and attended the University of Portland on a baseball scholarship. After college, he played for 5 years professionally with the Pittsburgh Pirates organization. He has lived in Tualatin for the past 26 years with his wife and 2 daughters.

Larry will tell you that working with seniors and the reverse mortgage product has been the most rewarding time in his 18-year mortgage career. Curious about Reverse Mortgage? Get in touch with Larry today.

  • Your new bff in the mortgage industry. Great company and wonderful Mortgage Specialists. Larry Melton is a consummate professional and a kind and compassionate man. I would like to thank Larry and Rilee Jefferson very, very much for all of their efforts on our recent transaction.

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    William M.
    6/30/2020

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