Laura Crane joined loanDepot in February of 2018, bringing over three years of valuable industry experience. She began her career in the mortgage industry working for Green Tree Servicing processing manufactured homes. She later moved over to JP Morgan Chase to process Home Equity Lines of Credit and 2nd mortgages. There, she managed a high volume pipeline of over sixty loans per month. Her most recent position was with Nova Home Loans as a processor. She is excited to apply her broad experience to benefit all her clients and industry associates.
Laura has always had an active interest in the financial industry; therefore pursuing a career in mortgages was a no brainer for her. Whether working with a first-time homebuyer or a savvy investor, she enjoys finding the right loan to match their financial objectives. Being an essential part of their homeownership journey is one of the most rewarding parts of her job. She is not afraid to take on any challenge, and works around the clock to make the process as seamless as possible for her borrowers.
In her free time, Laura enjoys staying active, whether it be running, biking, or swimming. Being new to North Carolina, she enjoys exploring the state on her days off. She has been married to Jonathan for nine years, and together they have four beautiful children named Lilliana, Easton, Ezmeray and Jazzalina.
You can find Laura at the Huntersville branch. Please do not hesitate to contact her for any of your home mortgage needs!
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