Meet Laurie Dennison
Born and raised in Seattle, Laurie Dennison began her mortgage career as a loan officer in 2003. She recently completed an Associate’s degree in Real Estate from North Seattle Community College where she studied real estate sales, title, escrow, home inspection, residential appraisal, property management, commercial investments and green building practices.
As an extension of her work as a senior loan officer, Laurie now teaches First-Time Homebuyer Education classes sponsored by the Washington State Housing Finance Commission (WSHFC) and takes great pride in guiding her clients through the home buying process. “I find that people want straight forward practical advice from someone who takes the time to listen and understand their personal short and long term financial goals,” Laurie says. In fact, she purchased her first home with House Key after attending a WSHFC-sponsored event.
Active in the community, Laurie served as a Senate Page in Olympia and has Volunteered at Deaconess Children’s Services. She has experience working with local high-tech companies in customer service, sales and account management. She has also managed multi-unit apartment buildings.
On a personal note, the Edmonds resident enjoys photography, gardening, travelling and spending quality time with her two pugs!What my clients have to say…
Tony and I just wanted to tell you how much we appreciate all the help you gave us with buying the condo. You went out of your way to help us, and made the process so much easier than we anticipated. You helped us get a home loan when no one else probably would have. You are an extremely valuable asset to Eagle, and you will continue to get our business when we move up to a house after the recapture tax window is gone.
Thank you so much for all of your help!
-Natalie Everett, WA
First of all … I sincerely can’t thank you enough for your extremely hard work and patience with my home purchase. I’m grateful to you. The condo is really nice … so quiet as compared to Fremont! You were wonderful … thanks.
-Laura Kirkland, WA