Meet the Team
RANDY LUKE has been a home loan mortgage originator since 1990 and is a Licensed State of Washington Loan Originator (NMLS License # 77184). He is a recognized local mortgage home loan expert with hundreds of satisfied customers, many of whom have done as many as 6 or 7 transactions with Randy. He is a licensed State of Washington real estate finance instructor and has served on the Washington State Mortgage Professionals Board of Directors. He is a U.S. Army veteran who has done hundreds of VA loans.
Randy believes in giving back to his community and is formerly the Chair of the Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council serving Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason, Pacific and Thurston Counties. He has also served as the President of the Rotary Club of Hawks Prairie (Lacey) and has twice been President of the Lacey Chamber of Commerce.
Don is an experienced loan officer and has been providing consistent, honest, and service with integrity for over 15 years.
Every loan applicant is different and Don has the knowledge and track record to ensure that each client ends up with a loan that precisely fits their situation.
First time home buyers, VA, FHA, and seasoned home buyers and those looking for the perfect refinance are all in good with Don’s expertise.
When not working hard to get the best loan for his clients, Don enjoyed a relaxing evening with friends, traveling, and reading a good mystery.
Don’s available to make sure that his clients achieve their real estate and financial goals.
Doug has more than 20 years mortgage industry experience with expertise in conventional, FHA and VA loans. He has negotiated hundreds of contacts over the years with agents, title companies, and all other parties that were a party to the real estate transactions.
Doug served in the Marine Corps for four years where I obtained a Secret Clearance and was assigned to a nuclear submarine base where I served in a very specialized security force unit. He received an honorable discharge after completing his four year term of service.