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Bay Equity’s Cal Pacific Adds Senior Loan Officer Elizabeth O'Daly
Aug 13, 2015
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Bay Equity has announced that Senior Loan Officer Elizabeth O’Daly has joined the Cal Pacific team in San Diego. Also certified as a mortgage planner, O’Daly has spent the past 15 years helping clients purchase first homes to dream homes, as well as investment properties to build financial portfolios.

Her focus is on her clients’ full satisfaction with the finished product. O’Daly teaches various mortgage classes and hosts the radio show, “Million Dollar Mortgage,” at noon Thursdays on ESPN 1700 San Diego.

Elizabeth lives in University Heights with her two border collies, Chloe and Sammy, and enjoys skiing, cooking and entertaining.


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