Caliber Home Loans opens expansion in Bothell

The official ribbon cutting ceremony was held Aug. 15.

  • Friday, August 17, 2018 12:30pm
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Caliber Home Loans, Inc. of Bothell and the Bothell/Kenmore Chamber of Commerce celebrated the completion of the Caliber Home Loans Bothell expansion with an official ribbon cutting ceremony on Aug. 15.

“Caliber’s primary focus is to lead the industry with incredible and easy to use technology for our clients while delivering local expertise via an experienced and customer focused sales force. We’re extremely grateful to have such an amazing location in the heart of the Bothell expansion and look forward to serving the Bothell/Kenmore community for years to come,” Co-branch managers, Mason Buckles and Cody Touchette, said in a press release.

Their mission is to deliver a referral worthy experience through exceptional customer service, quality communication and reliable results.

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