Courtney Hamlett > GoPrime

Courtney Hamlett

Loan Officer

NMLS# 336878

Courtney has always had an affinity for helping people. She started her career in marketing and created a database 20 years ago. She was new to being a loan assistant for an operations team and was heavily involved in the process of producing loans. Her career as a loan officer has introduced her to all types of people and keeps her on her toes with the ever-changing industry and freedom to think differently or innovatively.

After majoring in clothing and textiles with a marketing minor, she knew she had a knack for finding creative solutions. She was interested in why people made certain decisions, which lends itself to the creativity it takes to help clients recognize their homebuying dreams and bring them to fruition. She loves that no day working at GoPrime is the same.

As a loan officer, Courtney is passionate about helping people. She enjoys working with real estate agents to utilize their personal branding and marketing to help them connect with their database of clients – and then helping them to secure the right loan for them.

Courtney has lived in Bedford, North Carolina for many years, and loves the community and camaraderie that comes with a closer-knit neighborhood. She was perfectly happy to give up having more land for the niche cafes and local events she is a part of. She serves the Triangle area, as well as Wake Forest, The Triad, Hawley Springs, and more!

She identifies that her astrological Taurus sign lends to her patient, loyal, and reliable personality traits. She is a “plantscapist” and green thumb enthusiast, exercising this passion through her company Get Potted Raleigh as a way to bring some nature to people inside their homes or offices – even bringing people together with potting parties.

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