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 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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