Meet Natasha Boyack
Natasha is your Mortgage Loan Officer at the San Luis Obispo branch.
Moved to the Central Coast from: Albuquerque, NM, but originally from Seacoast New Hampshire
On the SESLOC Mortgage team since: March 2020
Cheers for: Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team
What do you love most about the Central Coast? I love the small town feel and being so close to the beach and the mountains.
Weekends on the Central Coast include: Hanging out with my family. I have a young daughter, and we love to visit the beach or go for a hike in the mountains.
Most memorable MLO moment: Seeing the excitement and smile on a member’s face when they purchase their first home, and knowing I helped them achieve that goal.
What is the one thing you want a first-time homebuyer to know? Buying a home is an exciting time in your life and a great investment. Make sure you are financially ready to make a big commitment. You still want to maintain the same lifestyle you had before the big purchase. I want to help you achieve your goals, whether it be tomorrow, or five years down the road.
Ready to start the Home Loan process?
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Buying a home? You’ve probably heard that getting pre-approved or pre-qualified for a loan is an essential step forward in the process. But what’s the difference?
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