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Rachel Osbon

Sr. Mortgage Specialist  |  NMLS - 674065

Licensed in Oregon

About Rachel Osbon

Rachel is passionate about exceeding service expectations. She joins Directors Mortgage with a proven track record consisting of over 16 years of experience in service delivery and lending. Rachel has been a Coos County native her entire life. She volunteers in many service organizations and schools to help give back to her community and currently is the President of the Rotary Club of Coquille. In 2020, Rachel was recognized as Rotarian of the year! As a wife of a Coos County native and mother of one, she understands how important it is to make sound financial decisions for your family by offering the right product to fit your needs. Her roots run deep in our local communities which makes her a great choice for your mortgage lending needs.

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