Seven Bremer Bank loan officers have been named Top Producing Loan Officers by Minnesota Housing for their loan production volume in 2021. The Minnesota Housing Top Producing Loan Officer Program has recognized individual loan officers with the highest volume of Minnesota Housing program loans for more than a decade. Loan officers who meet regional production volume thresholds are recognized at one of three levels: Platinum, Gold and Silver.
Minnesota Housing supports and strengthens homeownership by working with local loan officers like those at Bremer to provide affordable homebuyer loans. Bremer’s Top Producing Loan Officers achieved the recognition in the following levels:
Bremer Bank’s Top Producing Loan Officers
Joshua Frost, Fargo
Nancy Healy, Roseville
Kristy Morris Leas, Crookston
Jason Naber, South St. Paul
Tiffany Phillips, Woodbury
Sander Anderson, St. Cloud
Renae Meisch, Fergus Falls
“Bremer Bank’s purpose is to cultivate thriving communities. Housing and homeownership are fundamental to thriving families, thriving neighborhoods, and thriving economies,” said Jeanne Crain, president and CEO of Bremer Bank. “We appreciate this recognition and are proud of these bankers for exemplifying Bremer’s purpose as we continue to invest in programs and strategies that support homeownership and strengthen communities.”
Minnesota Housing is committed to “Going big so all Minnesotans can go home.” In 2021 the agency’s participating lenders originated nearly 5,800 home mortgage loans for more than $1.29 billion statewide.
“Minnesota Housing’s participating lenders help homebuyers build equity and wealth through successful homeownership, so that all Minnesotans live in a stable, safe home they can afford in a community of their choice,” said Minnesota Housing Commissioner Jennifer Leimaile Ho. “We applaud these Top Producing Loan Officers for their successful efforts to helping a record number of Minnesota families realize the dream of homeownership.”
First-time and repeat homebuyers can access programs with fixed interest rates and down payment and closing cost loans up to $17,000. In addition to homebuyer loans, Minnesota Housing also provides home improvement loans through participating lenders and finances single-family and multifamily housing across the state.