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Lenny Severs

Reverse Mortgage Specialist  |  NMLS - 507150

Licensed in Oregon & Washington

About Lenny Severs

A graduate of Oregon State University, where she studied music and business, Lenny started her career in banking in 1972. 15 years later, she into residential lending, where she handled all types of loan programs. Her favorite by far is reverse mortgages, which has been her primary focus since 2015. Lenny says that “my goal is to help seniors enjoy their retirement years without the fear of bills, living expenses and shortage of income. I love what I do and am truly an advocate for my clients and their needs.”

Born and raised in the great Northwest, Lenny has lived in the Portland/Vancouver area for the past 47 years. According to Lenny, “I love to sail and spend much of my off time racing on the Columbia River with my husband. The remainder of my time is spent enjoying my three daughters and five grandkids.”

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