It’s no secret that Loan Officer Jeni Morgan loves her job. Whether she’s meeting with a first-time homebuyer, helping a veteran apply for a VA Loan, or working with a previous client on a refinance, she does it all with a smile on her face.
In addition to her passion for the mortgage world, Jeni’s organizational skills are top-notch. Even in times of stress, she knows how to keep things under control and ensure that each loan file makes it through underwriting and processing smoothly. Thanks to her 28 years of industry experience, Jeni’s clients feel good about trusting her, and thanks to her selfless nature and positive attitude, they actually enjoy working with her as well.
Apart from her busy career as an LO, Jeni also has a crafting business where she makes personalized tumblers, shirts, coffee mugs, and more. She also enjoys golfing, flying RC Planes, and spending time with her husband, six stepchildren, six step-grandchildren, and three dogs.
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VA Loans, also known as Veterans Affairs Loans or Military Home Loans, are mortgages backed by the Department of Veterans Affairs. VA Loans were created to specifically help America’s military personal purchase homes even when they may not otherwise qualify. In order to be eligible for a VA Loan, you must be either active-duty service member, an honorably discharged Veteran who meets certain qualifications, someone who has served more than six years in the National Guard or the Selected Reserve, or a spouse of a service member who died in service.