It is my desire to continue to be an encouragement to my clients as we journey through the process of obtaining... not just a house, but their home.
- Reba Curtis

Reba Curtis

rebac@anchormort.com

office: (334) 277-0900

cell: (334) 244-6282

fax: (334) 244-6281

NMLS: 192323

I have been in the mortgage business since 1987.  My boss, Vicki Williams, owner of Anchor Mortgage, hired me as the receptionist in July 1987.  I loved meeting the home buyers as they came into the office to meet with Vicki.  I loved learning the process a home buyer had to go through to purchase their home.  It became a passion.  So, in December of 1987 she promoted me to loan processor then to Loan Originator.  In September of 1988 she opened Anchor Mortgage Services, Inc.  I have been with Anchor since the doors opened.  The rewards of meeting with and assisting home buyers with the mortgage financing of their home is far greater than I could ever imagine.  Each and every client has a different life story.  I have had the privilege to be a part of so many lives, to share in their joys and their times of difficulty.  It is my desire to continue to be an encouragement to my clients as we journey through the process of obtaining their dream of owning not just a house, but their home.

 

 

My husband and I have been married for 33 years.  He is a retired home builder.  We have a son, JB, who is married to our beautiful daughter-in-law, Laura.  They live in Prattville and have a dog named Tank.

 

Through the support of my co-workers, network of friends, Greater Montgomery Home Builders Association and a loving church family at Vaughn Forest Church … I am “anchored” and secure in my commitment to those that choose ANCHOR MORTGAGE SERVICES, INC. to be their “Lender for Life.”

NMLS | FAIR LENDER | FAIR HOUSING

Anchor Mortgage Services, Inc. is an Equal Housing Opportunity Lender and is committed to treating all applicants and borrowers in a fair and consistent manner and without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age (provided the applicant or borrower has legal capacity to enter into a binding contract), sex, marital status, disability, familial status, receipt of public assistance, or the exercise of legal rights under the federal Consumer Credit Protection Act (15 U.S.C. §§ 1601 et seq.).