About Tere Maurer

Tere Maurer’s 24 years in the lending industry have taught her to appreciate her clients as though they were family, constantly working with their best interests in mind. This philosophy, combined with more than 20 years of originating loans in the Portland market, has made Tere into a highly caring and resourceful advocate for her clients.

Tere understands the emotional component of obtaining a mortgage loan and strives to create transparency in every transaction. In practice, this means making herself available to clients whenever they have questions or concerns, and using her experience and resources to make informed decisions. She focuses on building rapport and trust in her clients, ensuring that her guidance will be tailored to their individual needs.

Tere knows that she is fortunate to have her job and is passionate about what she does. If you are looking to build a rapport with a trustworthy lending partner, Tere is available to help you 7 days a week.

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