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Jennifer Fairfield
Senior Vice President of Mortgage Lending

Jennifer Fairfield grew up in Palos Verdes, California and graduated from the University of Southern California. Her parents were self-employed business owners and instilled in her a strong work ethic as well as the importance of having straightforward and honest conversations. Her love of business, finance, and people is the reason why she excels at her job - everyday there is something new to solve and someone to help. During Jennifer's years in the mortgage industry, she has learned there is no such thing as "typical" when it comes to her clients. Every client is unique and has different financial needs and questions. By really listening to your needs and desires, she puts her emphasis on coming up with the best solution for you -simply put- that is how she expects to be treated and can't imagine doing business any other way. She will work hard on your behalf and leaves no stone unturned when handling a complex scenario. There are many facets to a real estate purchase and stress from the financing should not be on of them! With open lines of communication and complete accessibility, Jennifer and her team will guide you through the process keeping you informed and excited about the end result. Start to finish accountability. It's Jennifer's mission to deliver consistently high quality products and service year after year. The mortgage business isn't about money; it's about trust. Trust can't be bought or sold or traded. It can only be earned. At the root of Jennifer's core values is the intent to earn your trust.

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