Isaura Moran

Santa Maria Mortgage Loan Officer Isaura Moran

Meet Isaura Moran

Isaura is your Mortgage Loan Officer at the Santa Maria branch.

Moved to the Central Coast from: Originally from San Antonio Tlayacapan, Jalisco Mexico, moved to Santa Ynez Valley/Los Olivos area at the age of eight, then later relocated to Santa Maria.

On the SESLOC Mortgage team since: November  2021, and brings 25 years of banking and consumer lending experience.

Cheers for: “America” Mexican soccer team, Raiders and Chargers in NFL football.

What do you love most about the Central Coast? We have perfect weather all year long and have amazing crops like strawberries and fresh vegetables.

Weekends on the Central Coast include: FAMILY time! My family is the center of my life. I also love my garden, the outdoors, plants, trees, nature and rocks.

Most memorable MLO moment: I love helping members understand the meaning of having a Mortgage. Once I helped a member by explaining the options available when she could not make her house payment, as she was not employed and therefore had less money to put food on the table for her young kids.

What is the one thing you want a first-time homebuyer to know? I will do all that I can to make sure they get the best deal possible with the best experience.

What does “People + Place” mean to you? Our members are the most important part of our business. We honor our people by treating everyone equally with with honesty and integrity.

Isaura Moran
NMLS #694094

Ready to start the Home Loan process?

New & Improved Mortgage Application, Beginning October 17, 2022

Or feel free to contact Isaura directly

Hablo Español

(805) 623-1064   |   (805) 503-2356 (cell)   |   Email Isaura

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