Nate Smith – TowneBank Mortgage

Meet Nate Smith with TowneBank, our Thursday Social sponsor!

Nate has been a loan originator since 1997. Over the years, he has worked for many different companies and worked through many market shifts. However, he has been with TowneBank Mortgage for 3 years now and is loving where he is in his career.

Patrick Sanderson and Nate met around 2001 when they were neighbors at first. Patrick was doing business with a co-worker of Nate’s and they eventually began to work together after the co-worker moved out of the area.

Nate really does work with a variety of people. He has helped people finance their first home, as we all their 10th rental property with loan amounts ranging from $30k to $2mm. He likes to think of himself as a teacher/educator and tries to explain to all the parties involved what he is doing and why he is doing it. Nate says, “It is not terribly complicated, but I think many are reluctant about the mortgage process because they go through it only a hand full of times in their lifetime.”

Outside of work, family fills Nate’s time. He has a son attending his first year of college as well as a daughter in 10th grade at Godwin High School. Nate loves being outside, and when the weather and his schedule permits, camping and surfing down on the Outer Banks.


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