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Wendy Mariani, MLO-112530

Senior Mortgage Advisor

Phone: (425) 468-9333

Fax: (425) 313-9858

wendym@absoluteloans.com

Meet Wendy Mariani, MLO-112530

My top priority is to  help my clients achieve their goals for home ownership and be their advocate in the  loan process. I believe a mortgage is not just a loan but a financial tool to be integrated within your overall financial plan and goals. I have found that using clear, concise communication about loan options and what to expect from the loan process greatly reduces the stress most people associate with obtaining a loan. I truly enjoy creating lasting relationships with my clients and managing their mortgage needs now and in the future.


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Markets in a Minute | June 18th

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Markets in a Minute | June 12

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Markets In a Minute - June 19th

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Markets in a Minute - June 12th

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