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  • NameJennifer Johnson
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Jennifer’s daily focus is helping clients achieve the goal of home ownership. Her deep knowledge of the market, mortgage products, and the industry itself are valuable assets to clients. Jennifer has more than 20 years of experience in the banking and financial industry. She has over 16 years of experience in mortgage lending, working as a mortgage loan processor prior to becoming a mortgage banker. She attended North Dakota State University, is an affiliate member of the Grand Forks Board of Realtors, is a current member and past president of Forx Builders Association, and the 2014 Associate of the Year winner for Forx Builders Association. Born and raised in Moorhead, Minnesota, Jennifer now reside in Grand Forks where she enjoys spending time with her family. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys reading, traveling and spending time at the lake.

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