Meet Tim McBratney, CMA
Tim McBratney, CMA
Sr. Mortgage Advisor
Get to Know Tim McBratney, CMA
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Get to Know Tim McBratney, CMA
Being a Mortgage Advisor has always been more than just a career for me. With 38+ years of experience in this industry, I can honestly say it's a privilege to help clients with their dreams of homeownership.
Much has changed since I first learned the trade in 1982 but the foundation of a well-written and thoroughly reviewed loan has not. As a Sr. Mortgage Advisor at PacRes Mortgage, I believe that our core values and customer service have created a long-lasting impression within our community as a trusted, reliable lender.
PacRes Mortgage was founded in 2004 and has consistently been ranked one of Oregon's 100 Best Companies to Work For. This company immediately caught my eye with their meteoric rise right out of the gate. Since I began working for PacRes Mortgage in 2006, I have seen growth, both in myself and in the company. Now licensed in over 25 states, we are proud to offer FHA, VA, USDA, and Conventional loans, as well as a myriad of other products to meet the needs of our clients.
I currently work out of the PacRes Mortgage Lake Oswego branch, surrounded by all the things I love about the PNW. I have resided in Oregon for over 32 years, and my wife, Diane, and I are blessed with a teenage son who will be attending college in the coming year. It's been a pleasure to raise a family in a state with endless natural beauty and the opportunity to explore.
I'm also actively involved with the Tigard Chamber of Commerce and the City itself, having served on their chamber board for the past 8 years. It has been a true pleasure working with such quality people within the community.
I'm here to be your home loan guide, no matter which city you decide to call home. I'm licensed in OR, WA, AZ, and CA, and would be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Contact me today for more information!
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