Alisa Glutz Color My Credit Creator

Alisa Glutz’s “client for life” approach is built on the foundation of providing personalized service tailor-made to meet her client’s mortgage needs. With over a decade of experience, Alisa has developed a broad knowledge of the mortgage business which allows her to guide clients to the loan program that will best suit them as well as help them plan for the future. Alisa’s strong referral base knows that they can count on her to provide the highest level of personalized service.
Born and raised in Arizona, Alisa is a proud graduate of Arizona State University. After a successful beginning to her career working in Hollywood as an Executive for HBO and a Producer on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, Alisa decided to return to her native Arizona where she became committed to helping her community realize the dream of homeownership. Alisa recently received a production award for ranking in the top 10 at Cherry Creek Mortgage Company out of more than 300 mortgage professionals nationally. She was recently recognized by National Mortgage News as a Top Producer and was nominated for Lender of the Year in 2015 by the Arizona School of Real Estate,
In addition, Alisa is a licensed Continuing Education teacher in Fair Housing and Contract Law. She speaks all over the Valley teaching people how to improve their credit with her hit workshop “Color My Credit”. Her Real Estate partners often refer to her as a “Mortgage MacGyver” because of her tenacity and creativity in getting loans closed.
When she’s not working, Alisa cherishes time with her two beautiful daughters, Angelina, 9 and Brooklyn, 7.
Connect with Alisa on Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter or Yelp. Also please check out her website there are testimonials and a mortgage flyer library of information we are always adding too.
On October 1st, Alisa Glutz takes the stage at the Tempe Improve to bring you Color My Credit Expo. Dedicated to empower, motivate and educate with with color.
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