Posted by: msundermier | August 27, 2018

Team Member Spotlight – Jennifer Perry

We are so fortunate Jennifer is a part of our team.  You’ve likely worked with her during a recent transaction, as she acts as both a Loan Processor & Transaction Coordinator.
She’s sweet as can be with all of our clients, and is also incredibly determined with underwriters and other vendors when going to bat for you during transactions.
Below is her bio so you can get to know our Jennifer a bit more.
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Jennifer Perry

Senior Loan Processor & Transaction Coordinator

I have had the pleasure of working in this industry for many years, and have always loved the fast pace and unpredictability of this chosen career.  I have been a Mortgage Loan Processor for more than 12 years and have become a certified Transaction Coordinator for Real Estate since joining The Blue Waters Group almost 2 years ago.  

I have a wonderful husband, Trevor and two amazing boys, Bryce and Chad.  After having the opportunity to work from home while I raised my sweet sons, I was anxious to get back to the work place.  I was patiently searching for the perfect work family, and have been blessed to have found that with Matt and Lisa.  The “Team” environment that they have created, is such a peaceful, supportive, and wonderful place to be and I could not be happier.

Currently I am studying to obtain my Real Estate and Loan Originator’s license in order to further advance my career and continue my passion in helping current homeowner’s and future homeowners with obtaining their financial dreams!   


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