Jenny Boucher

Jenny Boucher

Loan Officer
NMLS #107909
Office: 919-367-5053
Mobile: 919-607-9487
Serving in NC, SC
Branch: Apex

Meet Jenny

Jenny started in the mortgage industry after she graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Economics and Communication. After a brief stint doing outside sales, she returned to the mortgage industry. At the time her focus was reverse mortgages. In 2015 she started at GoPrime working at the Apex branch. Her initial responsibility was Secondary Marketing. After a little bit of time, she was back to being a Loan Officer again. Jenny looks forward to working with first time home buyers. She is happy to share her experience and knowledge, and takes time to answer every question that comes her way. Jenny offers a variety of purchase and refinance loan options including ConventionalFHAVA Home LoansUSDA, and Jumbo.

Jenny has spent most of her life in the Wake County area. She enjoys spending time with her three sons. In her free time Jenny stays active with outdoor activities. She enjoys playing tennis, taking walks, and hiking.

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