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A mortgage transaction requires precision and knowledge of the entire process from application to closing. Linda's proficiency with loan products, organization, technology and attention to detail make her perfect for making your mortgage transaction a smooth one. Linda spends endless time and effort in making each transaction as rewarding as possible for her clients and the real estate agents she works with. She prides herself on being on the cutting edge of market data and technology so that she can give you the most knowledgeable and professional service available.

Her years of experience in the mortgage industry have given her a vast understanding of the "whole picture". Her friendly, helpful, down to earth nature is why Linda's clients love dealing with her. Linda is flexible and will work around your busy schedule - meeting in the evening or on Saturday if that works best for you.

Outside of helping individuals with their home loan, Linda loves riding her Harley in the mountains of Utah and beyond. Linda also loves to play golf but is quick to let you know that her love of the game far exceeds her talent.


Business Developer @ Center Partners
I would highly recommend Linda Miller. She has years of experience in the mortgage industry, and is revered as a leader in this field. She is professional and honest. You can be sure that Linda will do everything in her power to get you the best loan program available. She is upfront and direct in her communication so you are never left wondering what is going on. If you have selected Linda as your loan officer, consider yourself lucky to be in such great hand.
By robin._761_872 on January 19, 2012
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