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Having been a loan officer since 2006, Cindy Tomlinson’s goal is to create lasting relationships with each of her clients. Most of her mortgage and home loan business comes from realtor and past client referrals.

In 2019 Cindy transitioned into the role of Branch Manager and she is both grateful and honored to be steering the ship. The USL branch has been a cornerstone in the Redding community for over 25 years and with great promise she looks into the future with longevity.

Cindy lives, works and plays here in the North state with her family, which now includes two beautiful grandsons! She looks forward to serving this community and helping you reach your lending, financial and homeownership goals. Whether you are purchasing in California or moving out of state, she can help make the loan process a smooth transition. Cindy is licensed in CA, FL, OR, CO, AZ, ID, WA, TN, TX, GA, MT & NV.

When you think of lending, think of US! Call Cindy (530) 722-3150 today!
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Cindy Tomlinson | Branch Manager

NMLS 214851  | 129988 | 1213
DRE 01520422 | 01215943
Licensed in CA, FL, OR, ID, AZ, TN, GA, TX, MT, WA & NV
AZ BK 0906702
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Northstate homebuyers have a wonderful opportunity today in the real estate market. The process of buying a home can seem overwhelming, but I work with homebuyers throughout the entire process, to help take the worry out of such an exciting time.

Have a great day!!!

Cindy Tomlinson
Branch Manager
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*American Pacific Mortgage does not guarantee that your debts will be lowered by a specific amount or percentage or that you will be debt-free within a specific period of time. A debt consolidation may increase your monthly cash flow, but may increase the amount of your debt over a period of time by including the additional debt in your mortgage amount, which is financed over a longer period of time than the debt consolidated may have been financed. We encourage all consumers to do their own research, and examine their options carefully before selecting a particular course of action.