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Jessika Ondrick
Loan Officer | NMLS# 13465
Boise, Idaho Area | Mortgage
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About Jessika Ondrick
As a successful business woman with 27 years of experience as a mortgage lending expert, Jessika Ondrick continues to excel in her career. She loves helping her clients buy and refinance their homes with as little stress as possible, and working closely with real estate agents to complement their transactions. As the mother of four and the oldest of seven children and GiGi of her new grandbaby Zion, Jessika knows how to take care of people. One conversation with her will make you feel certain that you will be taken care of before, during and after the financing of your home. Jessika specializes in the following loan programs: FHA, VA, conventional, jumbo (over $417,000 loan amounts). She is a nationally honored mortgage specialist, past president of Idaho’s Chapter of the National Association of Professional Mortgage Women (NAPMW), previous business coach, and a founding board member for the National Association of Responsible Loan Officers (NARLO). Jessika is also one of Idaho’s “Accomplished Under 40,” an honor awarded in 2004 by the Idaho Business Review. She and her husband were also featured in Money magazine for successfully extending their financial management philosophy to their home and family. The editors selected them for the cover story of Money’s silver anniversary issue.