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Dedicated, inventive, and knowledgeable are just some of the tenets of Jamie Tyndall’s professional and personal philosophy.
As a well-known and respected mortgage professional, Jamie brings a driven and ambitious approach combined with a warm and personable nature to strategize for a wide range of clients. Whether you are a jumbo buyer with complex taxes, a first-time homebuyer, or looking for an investment property or second home – Jamie Tyndall creates a personalized strategy to meet her client’s goals.
Jamie has an unparalleled understanding of the CT/NY metropolitan markets bringing 28 years of financial industry experience and 20-years living in Greenwich. Outside of the tri-state area, she is skilled in markets along the East Coast, Florida and California. She has consistently proven to be a top producer, named yearly to loanDepot’s Chairman’s Elite Club, and past listed in Mortgage Executive Magazine and the Scotsman Guide 2019.
Born and raised in Chicago, Jamie completed her Bachelor of Philosophy with highest honors from Northwestern University (go Cubs!). She is a member of the Junior League of Greenwich. Jamie’s favorite charities include Neighbor to Neighbor, War Heroes on Water and various cancer related causes. When she’s not working, you can find Jamie with her adorable cat Belle, doing hot yoga, or traveling to her home in Palm Springs, California.
In June 2006, Jamie joined the loanDepot team as Branch Manager and producing Loan Officer for the Greenwich, CT office. She is licensed in eight states (CT, NY, NJ, MA, FL, PA, RI and CA).
NY | FL LIC# LO242 | CT LIC# 12550 | MA LIC# MLO21566 | RI | NJ LIC# 9904811 | CA LIC# CA-DBO21566
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