Loan Officer | NMLS 205974
A native of Salt Lake City, Julie has been married to her husband Jon for 28 years, and together they have raised two amazing young men. A graduate of the University of Utah, she is an enthusiastic sports fan, a triathlete, and she just recently took up SCUBA. She loves paddle boarding, golfing, and spending time with friends and family. Julie has been in the mortgage business for 30 years.
5822 S 900 E | Salt Lake City, UT 84121 | Phone: 801-204-9222
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