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About Azure Calder
Azure Calder began her lending career in 2001 as a loan processor and received a promotion to processing manager within a couple months. Driven to succeed she asked the company's owner if she could start originating loans on the side, then became a full-time loan officer within the year. Receiving her company's top producer award for the next five years, she decided it was time to open her own mortgage company. Her company grew overnight and expanded to three locations just before the housing market crash in late 2007. After two years of waiting for banks to start lending again she closed her business and focused on enjoying time with her teen children and family while doing some soul searching about her next career path. Azure believed that she would never return to mortgage lending after leaving, a sentiment shared by many. "When pigs fly," she said. However, a few years went by and she realized how much she missed helping people get into their homes. "I love going to closings to see my customers glow with excitement about buying their new homes," she said. She decided to return, and knew it had to be with the right company and the right people. She chose Evergreen Home Loans as her new home and has since been voted one of the Top 5 Mortgage Brokers in Clark County for 2016, 2017, and 2018. She says, I haven't looked back since and I’m convinced that pigs really do fly. I love what I do and can’t see myself doing anything else."