Opening Doors for a Global Community
Nancy has been a mortgage loan consultant since 2001. In October of 2004, she proudly opened a small branch office in South Minneapolis called Puertas Abiertas. In October of 2007, the office moved to Uptown Minneapolis and was expanded to include a new English identity, Open Door Home Loans. She and her team are delighted to be a part of the family at Bell Mortgage.
Nancy enjoys working with and learning from a diverse clientele in terms of language, culture and socio-economic status. She was a member of the Latino Council of the Emerging Markets Homeownership Initiative (EMHI) from its inception in 2005. She currently serves on the Consumer Advisory Council of the MN Home Ownership Center (HOC). She is a frequent presenter at the Home Stretch Workshop provided by non-profit housing organizations
With over $125 million in closed loans, Nancy is skilled in working with all borrowers. Detailed and professional in all she does, Nancy finds the loan products best tailored to her clients' needs, whether they are first-time homebuyers or seasoned homeowners. With a values-driven and service-oriented approach to business, Nancy pours her heart into her work. She takes the time to listen to her borrowers, to answer questions, and to explain the loan process and programs.
Nancy has a Bachelor of Arts in Piano Performance and Spanish, as well as a Master's Degree in Intercultural Studies and Cross-Cultural Communication. She resides in Brooklyn Center and enjoys traveling with her husband and two sons, who are all fluent in Spanish.
"Thank you so much for all of your effort and hard work in helping me purchase my first home. I was very blessed to work with such great people like you. Thanks for going out of your way to answer my questions, to get all the necessary documentation and to make things go exceptionally smoothly. You and your team are great!"
"Nancy was stupendous. She understands the importance of making us feel important, understanding our concerns, our frustrations, and our emotions. The most important thing is that she explained everything, including all the paperwork. We really liked that she made us feel at home by speaking Spanish when we needed it. Magnificent! Other Latinos will feel the same."
- Lidia and Miguel