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About Tawne Burgess
Helping others realize their dream of homeownership is my passion! Even though obtaining a mortgage may seem complex, I am good at breaking it down into something easy to understand and open them up to options they may not have thought possible. I have been investing in real estate since 2005. I enjoy mentoring others on how to invest in real estate for a profit. Likewise, I love giving others advice on purchasing their first house or how to move forward after a foreclosure or bankruptcy. I enjoy talking to renters who never thought much about being a homeowner; it is a great feeling to help them get on the right track with their credit to prepare for their future…and their children’s future. I’m looking forward to helping people achieve their dreams - whether it is home ownership, refinancing to a lower rate, a rehab or remodel or new construction, or using your home’s equity to fund other financial goals.