Mortgage Mom Radio: How mortgage vet Debbie Marcoux branded herself & thrived

Posted on August 7, 2019

The business of home ownership is in Debbie Marcoux’s blood. As a teenager she worked for her real estate agent parents, answering phones and handing out flyers. When she was 17, she passed the real estate exam in California, but by law, had to wait until she was 18 before the state would issue her a license.

By 2001, she had her first child, and wanting more family-conducive hours, pivoted from selling houses to selling mortgages, again following in the footsteps of her parents who had made the switch. Though it wasn’t a big stretch to go from homes to mortgages, she still had a lot to learn.

“You fumble around for a little while until you figure out what you’re doing, what your strategy is, and where you want to go,” Marcoux says. 

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"Priorities, my friend": How this Top Producer and mother of four funds $80M, tackles work-life balance, and takes Fridays off

Posted on June 20, 2019

Heather Bomar has always been passionate about relationships. Part of her 2007 vision statement included wanting to relieve the burden of the loan process from her partners and putting it “reliably” on her shoulders. Doing this would inspire confidence in her team and make her partners look like rock stars in the eyes of their customers.

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