Doyle Jensen - Mortgage Loan Originator
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org NMLS: 354392
Address: 6775 Edmond St. Suite 210 Las Vegas, NV 89118
Doyle Jensen began his real estate career while studying mechanical engineering at Fresno State University. He soon realized his passion was real estate instead of engineering and spent several successful years as a Realtor. Seeing a need in the real estate industry for a mortgage lender who could, and would, communicate with clients and the real estate agents, he decided to begin his mortgage lending career in 1984. He has spent his career as a Loan Officer, Compliance Officer, Branch Manager and Regional Manager. He transferred to Las Vegas in 1994 and has made Las Vegas home to his continued success of helping Realtors and buyers.
With over 30 years of experience in real estate and mortgage lending, Doyle has the knowledge and expertise to help each borrower structure the optimal mortgage to achieve their financial goals. Doyle prides himself on taking the time needed to understand each customer’s immediate and long term goals and finding the best financial solution to achieve their objectives. Having helped hundreds of clients, Doyle realizes how confusing and intimidating the home buying process can be. He works hard to walk each client through the process in an organized and easy to understand manner. Because of his extensive knowledge of available programs, problem solving skills and steadfast commitment to customer service, Doyle will ensure you receive superior guidance as you pursue one of the greatest investments of your lifetime – buying that dream home!
Doyle resides in Las Vegas with his wife, Angela. He is past president of the historical organization of E Clampus Vitus and is involved with the Wounded Warrior Project. He is a charter member of the Las Vegas chapter of VAREP, the Veteran’s Association of Real Estate Professionals. He is also an avid scuba diver and master scuba instructor. It is not unusual to find Doyle and his wife donning scuba tanks and wet suits at Lake Mead or “anywhere water is deep enough.”