Shawn Jensen

Loan Officer, NMLS 902566

Shawn Jensen

Loan Officer, NMLS# 902566
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O: 360.200.7988
C: 360.300.7443
F: 503.664.4160

shawn.jensen@wvbk.com

I grew up in San Diego and relocated to the Northwest in 1990 and quickly fell in love with the culture, people and YES - the weather!
I have more than 25 years in retail banking, sales development and mortgage lending, which gives me the confidence to commit to YOU, the process and gaining home ownership now or in the future!

I pride myself in being Human, Kind, Caring, Dynamic and Driven - with huge focus on keeping my clients well informed along the way to ensure peace of mind during the details and process! I am dedicated, passionate and motivated and have been recognized for going above and beyond the call of duty!

Please allow me to share my expertise, energy and hardworking ethics with you and you will be happy to know I've got your back!

Looking forward to assisting you and/or your family in the adventure of owning your new dream house!

I have a strong credit score, solid income and over 20 years at my career and residence when I needed a mortgage loan pre-approval. Due to my unique circumstances, I kept getting denied until I spoke with Shawn. Immediately, I was impressed with her personal, friendly and caring approach. She adopted my challenges as if they were her own. She assured me that there were solutions to my circumstances and she was right. Her mortgage experience gave her the expertise needed to get my pre-approval authorized the same day that we started. Where others failed to take the interest in my needs or were just too inexperienced to help me; Shawn succeeded with confidence by using her mastery of the complex mortgage loan industry. I would recommend Shawn to anyone needing a mortgage loan banker. You’ll be delighted to work with such a fun, caring, dedicated and knowledgeable human.

zuser20150911221736247 from Vancouver, WA

Call Shawn today she will have answers to your financial situation to be a homeowner!

Kim Jensen