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Tim Laing

Senior Loan Advisor
NMLS#: 292567

Phone: (303) 795-6025

Hello, welcome to my page.

My goal is to make sure you have the information you need to make the best choice about your mortgage. Everyone wants to feel confident that they made the best mortgage decisions, and I work to ensure that feeling for every one of my clients. The first thing I want to do is listen to your goals and discuss the best options to use your mortgage to reach those goals.

Feel free to look around my website to get information about loan programs and options. I even have some great mortgage calculators here that can help you with ideas about costs and payments.

Since market conditions and mortgage programs change frequently, you’ll want to make sure you have updated information, so feel free to call me anytime, and I can help you with current interest rates and updates on the new mortgage options that come out frequently. I have the expertise and knowledge you need to explore the many financing options available, and I always want to use that experience to benefit my clients!

When I’m not working, I’m enjoying the beauty of Colorado. I love to be in the great outdoors, and nothing makes me happier than being in the mountains with my family. Whether I’m hiking, bow hunting, or cycling, outside is where I love to be!

When you’re ready, fill out my application, and then I’d love to sit down with you either in person or on the phone and hear more about your financial goals so that I can help you sort through the relevant information to help you get an efficient and competitive loan that is right for you.

All-in-One Solution

Our Loan Process...


A loan pre-approval sets you up for a smooth home buying experience.


Start working with a real estate agent and viewing homes.


A few documents are needed to get a loan file through underwriting.


Assemble all the necessary paperwork and details for the underwriter.


They closely evaluate all the documentation in the loan package.


Documents are drawn and sent to the title company for closing.

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