About Tom Clark
Why work with Tom Clark at Directors Mortgage?
As a native Oregonian, I’m thoroughly familiar with the lending and real estate practices here in the Northwest. The purchase of a home is one of the biggest financial decisions in our lives and I enjoy helping people achieve the dream of home ownership.
I started in the mortgage industry in 1993 with one of the fastest growing and highest producing mortgage companies in the state of Oregon. It’s my desire to become my clients’ “lender for life” by providing superior service along with affordable loan programs. There isn’t a better feeling than having the opportunity to work with my clients again and again – although receiving referrals from my past clients comes close!
My wife Tracy and I have two children and have lived in Tigard since 2001. We enjoy a variety of activities and appreciate living in the wonderful state of Oregon. Whether we’re at the beach, the mountains, or the high desert, Oregon is a great place to enjoy the outdoors.
I would love to have the opportunity to help you finance your home or answer any mortgage or real estate related questions you may have. Please let me know how I can be of service to you.
Mortgage Education Center
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