With more than 15 years in mortgage lending, Elizabeth Rejsek brings a diverse array of commercial and consumer lending experience to each of her client interactions. From loan processing to underwriting and origination, she has the kind of industry knowledge that makes her a skilled problem solver as well as a concerned representative for her clients’ interests. “I believe in being an advocate for my clients,” Elizabeth says. “They entrust me with one of the most important investments they will ever make and it is my responsibility to make sure their best interest is protected.”
It’s a philosophy that has earned Elizabeth the respect of her customers and colleagues. Attention to detail, superb organizational skills, and a client-centric approach with clear and consistent communication put borrowers at their ease, even during the most complex transaction.
Things to know about Elizabeth Rejsek:
- Elizabeth has a B.A. in Anthropology, a B.S. in Microbiology, and an M.B.A., all from the University of Texas.
- Her first career was in genetic research at Baylor College of Medicine. She switched to the mortgage industry for more personal interaction.
- When she’s not working, she enjoys traveling with her family, cooking, and keeping busy with her three dogs.
To discuss your borrowing needs, contact Elizabeth Rejsek today.
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