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Tyler Hayashi

Junior Loan Officer  |  NMLS - 2051196  | 

Licensed in Colorado, Idaho & Oregon

About Tyler Hayashi

Tyler has lived in the Northwest for his entire life. Being born in Seattle, WA and then moving to Portland, OR. Tyler joined the United States Marine Corps out of High School and later earned a BS in finance with a minor in economics from Portland State University. Whether you are purchasing your first home or refinancing and leveraging debt these decisions can be exciting and nerve-racking. Tyler and his team can alleviate that stress and make the process enjoyable and empower you with home buying knowledge. 
 
On the weekend you can find Tyler on the tennis court, shredding the slopes or at the racetrack. Oregon offers a bounty of different scenery and outdoor activities to exploit.
 
Reach out to Tyler today to start your own Oregon adventure!

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