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Portland Oregon Mortgage Brokers

Liz Marre & Amanda Good

Liz NMLS # 116995, Amanda NMLS # 298019

Liz Marre

Liz got her start in the mortgage industry in 2003 and has since been awarded top-producer on multiple occasions and has been named a Portland Monthly Five-Star Mortgage Professional.

The mortgage industry is fast-paced and ever-changing; there’s never had a dull day at the office.  What Liz loves most about this job is the ability to take a potentially stressful and confusing process for people and simplify it.  If she can make the loan process as enjoyable as possible, as well as alleviate some of the stress and hassle for her clients, she’d say she’s done her job well.

Liz is a native Oregonian and has lived in the Pacific NW for most of her life.  She received a BS from Oregon State University – go Beavs!  She has three kids who keep her really busy.  In her free time, Liz likes to bike, play the piano and shop and eat in all of the amazing new places popping up in her inner SE neighborhood.

Amanda Good

Amanda Good arrived in Portland several years ago, via Oregon’s North Willamette Valley wine country.  After graduating with a B.S. in history from Portland State University, she worked as an accounting and design center consultant for a home builder, where she grew to love supporting individuals while they went through the process of buying a home.  She decided to combine this passion for helping others with her knack for numbers and finance, and shifted gears in 2005 to become a broker in the mortgage industry.

Amanda believes education is crucial especially during the homebuying and refinance process so she prides herself in making sure her clients understand all loan options available to them and helps them analyze what the best fit may be for them.

Amanda, her husband and son live in SW Portland. In her free time Amanda likes to read, wine taste in the Willamette Valley, and challenge herself with a variety of outdoor activities like running and cycling throughout the Pacific Northwest.

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