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Nick Carter

Producing, Regional Vice President  |  NMLS - 200547  | 

Licensed in Arizona, California, Idaho, Oregon & Washington

About Nick Carter

Nick was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon so he has a vast knowledge of the area, businesses and most importantly the people. Nick graduated from Sheldon High School in 1997 then at the University of Oregon in 2002 with a degree in Business. Nick is very passionate about helping people achieve their dream of becoming a homeowner and saving people money by refinancing. He also loves helping people purchase investment properties and second homes. He has been married since September 2003 and has a son who was born in 2007 and a daughter in 2011. Boating, camping and spending time with friends and family is where you can find him when he’s not working. With almost every loan program available and the ability to shop numerous lenders it’s worth the time to reach out for a friendly no obligation phone call. Call him today to experience what excellent customer service is about!

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