"I love being part of a team that empowers individuals to make strong decisions through the divorce process."
Company: New Chapters Colorado / Athena Mortgage
Tiffany Hughes has been in the mortgage industry for more than 20 years and in the last 5 years, has focused, heavily, on clients going through or contemplating divorce. She acquired her "Certified Divorce Lending Professional" designation because she feels she can make the most impact by helping her clients get settled into a new life without regret or major financial headaches.
Tiffany has a wealth of knowledge and experience that stands out in the industry as well as compassion and patience for the most difficult situations. As a member of the Board of Directors for the Colorado Association of Mortgage Brokers for 4 years, she earned the "Broker of the Year" and "President's Award" for her dedication and commitment to her clients and the industry as a whole.
In her free time, Tiffany enjoys running, downhill skiing, working out and cooking dinner at home with her family.
"Getting the necessary information from trustworthy places doesn’t just set you up for success, it gives you peace of mind during this process."
Company: Equilane Lending, LLC
Wanda has been a Certified Divorce Lending Professional (CDLP) since 2014 when the designation was first offered. She has over 17 years experience in the mortgage industry. She previously worked for AT&T/Lucent as a project manager for 20 years before switching careers, so she understands the stress of making big changes in your life.
Wanda got into the world of lending to help people better understand and get the right loan for their situation. She loves working with her clients. Each person has their own unique situation so it is a different scenario everyday. She feels that a mortgage is a great financial tool and can be used to achieve a family's short or long term financial goals. That includes people going through a divorce. There can be an immediate need for a purchase or buy-out, but also the longer-term plans that need to be considered before a separation or decree are finalized.