Nine Bremer Bank loan officers were named a Minnesota Housing Top Producing Loan Officer by Minnesota Housing for their loan production volume during 2020.
The Minnesota Housing Top Producing Loan Officer Program has been recognizing individual loan officers with the highest volume of Minnesota Housing program loans for more than a decade. Loan officers from the participating lender network who meet regional production volume thresholds are recognized at one of three levels: Platinum, Gold and Silver.
Bremer’s Top Producing Loan Officers achieved the recognition in the following levels:
Top Producing Loan Officer, Platinum Level
Joshua Frost, Fargo
Nancy Healy, Roseville
Kristy Morris Leas, Crookston/Warren
Jason Naber, South St. Paul
Top Producing Loan Officer, Gold Level
Sander Anderson, St. Cloud
Top Producing Loan Officer, Silver Level
Erik Beach, Winona
Tonya Boysen, Rochester North
Renae Meisch, Breckenridge
Tiffany Phillips, Twin Cities
“We applaud these Top Producing Loan Officers for their successful efforts helping a record number of Minnesota families realize the dream of homeownership,” said Minnesota Housing Commissioner Jennifer Leimaile Ho.
Housing is a foundation for success, and Minnesota Housing participating lenders and its Top Producers are committed to helping homebuyers build equity and wealth through successful homeownership so that all Minnesotans can live in a safe, stable home they can afford in a community of their choice.
“Bremer’s closely held purpose is to cultivate thriving communities, and homeownership is one of the most crucial underpinnings to that effort,” said Jeanne Crain, Bremer President and CEO. “We are proud of and applaud these bankers for exemplifying Bremer’s purpose as we continue to invest in programs and strategies that support homeownership throughout the communities we serve.”
Minnesota Housing supports and strengthens homeownership by working with local loan officers like those at Bremer to provide affordable homebuyer loans. Minnesota Housing’s aim is to “Go big so all Minnesotans can go home.” In 2020, the agency’s participating lenders originated nearly 5,500 home mortgage loans for more than $1.11 billion statewide. First-time and repeat homebuyers can access Minnesota Housing programs with fixed interest rates and downpayment and closing cost loans up to $17,000. More information and eligibility requirements are available on Minnesota Housing’s website. 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.