Angie Liebel has joined Blue Water Mortgage as a Mortgage Loan Officer bringing a combined 37 years of Real Estate sales and Residential Lending experience to her new position, including most recently 14 years with PeoplesBank.
She will offer a variety of home-financing options to customers, including Conventional and Government loans, both fixed and variable products. Angie will primarily serve customers in Springfield, Longmeadow, East Longmeadow, Wilbraham, and Hampden but can originate mortgages in the state of Massachusetts.
A resident of Longmeadow, Angie holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from Western New England University and a bachelor’s degree from American International College. She also has a paralegal certificate from Southern Methodist University.
Angie’s background as a Realtor and a Loan Officer makes her uniquely qualified to serve her customers with the knowledge of her marketplace and the skills to educate her customers. There is more to purchasing a home than just rates and Angie’s dedication to providing superior service along with the information consumers need to make financing decisions aligned with their goals.
Learn a little more about Angie:
Master’s Degree – Western New England University-Management and Marketing
Bachelor’s Degree- American International College
– PeoplesBank – 1998-2007 and again 2016-2021
– I lived in Texas from 2007 until 2016- worked at Countrywide; Service First Mortgage and Highlands Mortgage.
Plans at Blue Water: Originate loans in my market area and to serve a core group of Realtors who have been loyal to me.
Favorite activity: anything having to do with Music, listening; playing instruments; going to musicals etc.
Do you like to travel? If so, what’s your favorite destination? Anywhere where there is ocean and sunshine.
Favorite local spot? Forest Park
Where do you reside? Longmeadow, MA
Favorite sports teams/sport? Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics, New England Patriots
Something people don’t know about you: I play guitar and piano
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